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Get Outdoors Nevada shared Senator Catherine Cortez Masto's video.
1 week ago
Senator Catherine Cortez Masto
Like myself, Olympic Gold Medalist and Reno's very own, David Wise, is a staunch advocate for our public lands. He said he took for granted the access he had to them growing up in Nevada, and now, we must stand up for them.
WATCH to learn how you can help us protect our precious public lands, including our National Monuments, from this administration's attacks on them >> ... ExpandSee Less
Get Outdoors Nevada is feeling excited.
1 week ago
Welcome back Clark County School District teachers! Apply for Get Outdoors Nevada's field trip microgrant for the 2018-2019 school year.
Thank you NV Energy for sustained funding of this program! ... ExpandSee Less
Cindy did you know about these?
Heidi Dove have you seen this?
Maggie Marschner you school might want/need this
Dave will you please show this to April? I couldn’t tag her.
Brittany Basile Julie Moffett Cathleen Crowley Furtado Sheila Zuckerman Fischer Megan Driscoll Ronda Wooten Thompson Elizabeth Thompson
Dawn Gallagher Vargas Sounds right up your alley❤️
Get Outdoors Nevada added 10 new photos.
2 weeks ago
A new partnership between Get Outdoors Nevada and Clark County Parks and Rec results in enriching STEAM summer camp field trips & experiences for some of Southern Nevada’s youth!
Since June, youth from Cambridge, Whitney, Paradise, and Parkdale Recreation Centers have been exploring the importance of water in the Mojave Desert, the great diversity of plants and animals in the Spring Mountains, and beginning to identify the objects in our night skies!
Thank you so much to our partners at Clark County Parks & Recreation, Lake Mead National Recreation Area - National Park Service, Mt. Charleston, Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway, College of Southern Nevada Planetarium, Nevada Department Of Wildlife, and Conservation Lands Foundation for coming together to make this program possible. ... ExpandSee Less
Hey Nevada! Very soon your newest state park will be open to the public! Walker River State Recreation Area is located in west central Nevada on the former Flying M, Rafter 7 and Pitchfork ranches along nearly 30 miles of the East Walker River and includes the Nine Mile area, a prized fishing spot. The Walker Basin Conservancy worked to protect these properties and transfer them to Nevada State Parks, bringing 12,000 acres into public use while providing access to the pristine and picturesque East Walker River for the first time in many, many generations. A $1 million grant from LWCF will help develop the Pitchfork Ranch section of the park offering extraordinary opportunities for camping, hiking, biking, wildlife viewing, nature study, outdoor education and fishing! #SaveLWCF to save our fishing access and new adventures! ... ExpandSee Less
LWCF has been essential to protecting Nevada’s oldest and largest state park, Valley of Fire State Park, which offers the public access to almost 42,000 acres of land just 55 miles from Las Vegas. A world away from neon lights and clanging slots, it is a haven for over 300,000 annual visitors to enjoy hiking, camping, RV camping, rock climbing and picnicking. #SaveLWCF to save our state and local parks! ... ExpandSee Less