Western Nevada Greenprint

TCF summarizes their role in assisting the Nevada Land Trust by streamlining and organizing the group's conservation efforts in western Nevada. Primarily, NLT aims to protect dwindling greater sage grouse habitat, but focuses its conservation efforts on other native species, among them the pronghorn antelope. A published report is not publicly available; however, the project resulted in the development of new planning tools for NLT, a strategic Conservation Plan, and resource maps of the region.
Year Published2011
Landscape ContextInland
Housing DensityRural
Funding TypePrivate
Habitat FocusForest
Organizations InvolvedThe Conservation Fund, Nevada Land Trust (NLT)
ValuesOpen Space/Habitat, Biodiversity
Stakeholder InvolvementStakeholders were not involved.
Planning ProcessThe region's resources were inventoryed, data that was later developed into resource maps.
Desired OutcomesConsolidate federal land holdings and create a long term conservation plan. Protect habitat for famous native species, specifically greater sage grouse, mule deer, and pronghorn antelope.
What It AccomplishedNLT has since partnered with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to acquire 1,500 acres of critical native species. NLT plays a lead role in catalyzing greater sage grouse conservation in the region.