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  • Audubon

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    For more than a century, Audubon has built a legacy of conservation success by mobilizing the strength of its network of members, Chapters, Audubon Centers, state offices and dedicated professional staff to connect people with nature and the power to protect it.  For more information go to www.redrockaudubon.org/ 

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  • Friends of the Desert Complex

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    The Friends of the Desert National Wildlife Refuge Complex is a collection of concerned conservationists with the ambitious objective to help the Desert National Wildlife Refuge Complex. For more information, visit  Friends of the Desert National Wildlife Refuge Complex 

  • Moapa Band of Paiutes

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    For more information, visit moapapaiutes.com 

  • Nevada Department of Wildlife

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    The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) is the state agency responsible for the restoration and management of fish and wildlife resources, and the promotion of boating safety on Nevada’s waters. For more information, visit www.ndow.org/ 

  • Outside Las Vegas Foundation

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    Outside Las Vegas works with southern Nevada citizens, the business community, educators, advocacy organizations and governmental entities to solve important community issues regarding both quality of life and stewardship of the special outdoor places in Southern Nevada. For more information, visit www.outsidelasvegas.org/ 

  • Southern Nevada Agency Partnership

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    The Southern Nevada Agency Partnership (SNAP) is a partnership of stewardship professionals from the Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the USDA Forest Service who work together to coordinate the protection, conservation and use of the public lands in Southern Nevada. For more information, visit www.snap.gov/

  • Southern Nevada Water Authority

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    In 2007, the Southern Nevada Water Authority purchased the Warm Springs Natural Area, located near the Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge, with funding from the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act. SNWA purchased the property to protect the headwaters of the Muddy River and the habitat of the endangered Moapa dace. For more information, visit www.snwa.com/ 

Last Updated: Jun 11, 2013
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