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Partnerships

The National Wildlife Refuge System is committed to building partnerships which encourage conservation and preservation of our natural and cultural resources.

  • Friends of the Desert Refuges

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    A collection of concerned conservationists with the ambitious objective to help the Desert National Wildlife Refuge Complex. For more information go to fdnwrc.blogspot.com.

  • Outside Las Vegas Foundation

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    Outside Las Vegas Foundation 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 our special outdoor places in Southern Nevada.

  • 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 go to www.ndow.org/index.shtm.

  • Southern Nevada Agency Partnership

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    Since 1997, the Southern Nevada Agency Partnership (SNAP), a partnership of federal land professionals from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and the National Park Service, has been working to coordinate the protection, conservation and use of the federal lands of Southern Nevada. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SNAP

  • Friends of Nevada Wilderness

    Friends of Nevada Wilderness

    Friends of Nevada Wilderness is an organization dedicated to preserving all qualified Nevada public lands as wilderness, protecting all present and potential wilderness from ongoing threats, educating the public about the values of and need for wilderness, and improving the management and restoration of wild lands. Learn more about the organization by visiting www.nevadawilderness.org/


    For details about the group's projects on Desert Complex refuges, click here...
     

Last Updated: Nov 23, 2016
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