The Nevada Site Stewardship Program & How To Get Involved
Happy New Year!!🥳
Join Friends for our January Wild Speaker Series about "The Nevada Site Stewardship Program & How To Get Involved" online in a Zoom presentation. Nevada has a rich and intriguing past, including more than 10,000 years of cultural history and 540 million years of paleontological deposits. As Nevada’s population continues to press into public lands, it is more important than ever to protect Nevada’s cultural and paleontological resources from vandalism, looting, natural damage, and other inadvertent activities. need your help to monitor and protect these resources so they can be preserved for future generations to enjoy. This will be an informative presentation to help you get involved in site stewardship!
The Nevada Site Stewardship Program (NSSP) is a state-run organization of volunteers who help monitor and protect archaeological (at least 100 years old), historic (at least 50 years old), and paleontological resources for Federal, state, and local government land managers.
We will see you there!
The Wild Speaker Series will go online during the COVID-19 Pandemic for the safety of our staff and supporters. Please join us on Zoom for an online interactive experience. We will return to REI - Boca Park in the near future.
Wild Speaker Series - January 2021 - Samantha Rubinson
You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: Jan 7, 2021 06:45 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Every first Thursday of the month, Friends of Nevada Wilderness hosts a local environmental expert at REI Boca Park (online for now!) in their Community Room. This is a great event for folks who are interested in the outdoors to learn more about hikes, local habitat, and ways to get involved with conservation efforts.