Conserve Nevada invites public input at listening sessions

Conserve Nevada invites public input at listening sessions
A map of projects supported by Conserve Nevada efforts.

CARSON CITY–A series of listening sessions to help guide development of parts of the Conserve Nevada program are scheduled for four dates starting Jan. 27 and wrapping up Feb. 10 at locations throughout the state. The sessions are intended to gather input on regulatory requirements for the program and prioritize new grant projects.

Conserve Nevada, formerly the Conservation and Resource Bond Program, is a state program to fund public and private projects that conserve and enhance natural, cultural and recreational resources in the state.

To date, Conserve Nevada has awarded $217.5 million in bond proceeds to be used over the next decade including for trails and recreation projects, protection of environmentally sensitive land, rivers and watersheds, protection of historical and cultural resources, Nevada State Parks, wildlife protection, and improvements to state museums.

The listening sessions are scheduled for:

  • Las Vegas: January 27, 6pm-7pm at the Springs Preserve (Cienega Conference Room, 2nd Floor), 333 S. Valley View Blvd. 
  • Elko (Carlin): February 1, 5:30pm-6:30pm at the Nevada Army National Guard Readiness Center, 100 University Avenue 
  • Reno: February 8, 6pm-7pm at the Nevada Department of Wildlife Headquarters (Main Board Room), 6980 Sierra Center Pkwy #120 
  • Statewide Virtual Listening Session: February 10, 6pm-7pm, Click here to join the video meeting or call in: +1 775-321-6111,,518328967# (Phone Conference ID: 518 328 967#)