Conservation District of Southern Nevadalast updated: April 2017

The Conservation District of Southern Nevada is a local subdivision of the State of Nevada with decades of proven experience developing community based conservation projects for residents, governments, and businesses throughout Clark County. The Clark County Conservation District was formed in 1974 upon consolidation of the Moapa Valley, Las Vegas Valley, and Virgin Valley Conservation Districts. In 2001 the Clark County Conservation District changed its name to the Conservation District of Southern Nevada.

What We Do

  • We develop partnerships, working groups, and community connections,
  • We locate and administer grants and matching funds to produce projects,
  • We provide, coordinate, or assist in conducting free public education programs to inform residents, students, and various organizations about important environmental and sustainability issues.

 


Contact Conservation District of Southern Nevada


Contact Conservation District of Southern Nevada

Randy Williams
Secretary
7080 La Cienega St.
Suite: 100
Las Vegas, Nevada  89119
Phone: (702) 262-9047


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Clark County, Nevada


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