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May 9, 2022

Senator Cortez-Masto Supports Bipartisan Bill To Help At-Risk Wildlife

Today, Senator Cortez Masto joined the bipartisan bill to help at-risk wildlife. The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act will send around $24 million annually to the Nevada Department of Wildlife which the agency will use to benefit the 256 species identified in its wildlife action plan, including mule deer, bighorn sheep, and sage grouse.
April 4, 2022

Representative Susie Lee Receives the First Annual Climate Change-Maker Award

Today, the Climate Action Campaign and the Nevada Wildlife Federation announced Representative Susie Lee received the first annual “Climate Change-Maker” award for her climate leadership in raising the urgency of federal investments in climate, justice, clean energy, and jobs.
April 4, 2022

National Wildlife Federation’s Collin O’Mara Calls for Urgent Investments in Natural Infrastructure

In a testimony to the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, National Wildlife Federation President and CEO Collin O’Mara urged Congress to invest in natural infrastructure — such as forests and headwaters, coastal dunes and wetlands
February 17, 2022

Poll Clearly Shows Nevadans Want leaders to Prioritize Wildlife, Water Conservation

Nevadans support common-sense reforms to bring the federal oil and gas leasing system into the 21st century so that our public lands can be better managed for all users