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Support Membership is Free and Easy - Simply enter your email in the box to the right and click "Join"... That's it! After that, keep an eye out in your inbox for more ways that you can help support our efforts to transfer the management of public lands to the state.

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Click HERE to download a membership form that can be mailed.

 

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 We encourage you to visit our Membership Information page for more information regarding our various membership levels and their associated benefits. 

 


 

What did the Nevada Lands Council do in 2016?

Check out our annual report to see the details.

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Did you know that the Federal Government currently controls 87% of Nevada?

 

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Our goal is to ensure that Nevadans, who know and truly care about our state, will have an opportunity to manage Nevada's public land in such a way as to provide:

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HEALTHIER AIR, WATER, AND WILDLIFE

FEDERAL MANAGEMENT enlists burdensome and redundant processes that inhibit wildlife habitats and reduce air and water quality.

STATE MANAGEMENT would streamline processes that expedite measures to enhance wildlife populations and ensure healthy air and water quality.

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ABUNDANT, ACCESSIBLE OUTDOOR RECREATION

FEDERAL MANAGEMENT "preserves" public land by restricting access for hunting and recreation.

STATE MANAGEMENT conserves public land through good stewardship practices and responsible recreational use.

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SAFE, VIBRANT COMMUNITIES

FEDERAL MANAGEMENT blocks access to natural resources, crippling regional economic growth

STATE MANAGEMENT utilizes natural resources to establish stable and vibrant economic communities


 Want a quick reference guide? Check out our brochure.

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 "We're tired of being pistol-whipped by the bureaucrats and dry-gulched by federal regulations, nobody can convince me that we could not be better stewards of the land than that perfidious absentee landlord who resides along the Potomac."

- Former Nevada Senator Norman Glaser, December 1980


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