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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    Additional Info Public Lands Tread Lightly Fishing Calendar About Nevada Recreational Sites Nevada State Parks Cave Lake Red Rock Biking Trail Visiting Hoover Dam Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Mt Charleston Kyle Canyon Las Vegas Springs Preserve Floyd Lamb Park Tule Springs Place of Interests Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Anaho National Wildlife Refuge Desert National Wildlife Refuge Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Great Basin National Park Spring Mountains National Recreation Area Lake Mead National Recreation Area National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Biking Trail Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Nevada Info Animals of Nevada Nevada Trees and Flowers Nevada Vital Statistics Links Nevada Environmental Links State Governmental Links Other Environmental Links Sportsman Links Just 4 Fun Raffle Nevada Wildlife Federation The Nevada Wildlife Federation NvWF is the oldest statewide conservation organization dedicated to sustaining Nevada s natural resources for wildlife through conservation preservation and education Nevada Wildlife Federation Inc NvWF officers and workers are all volunteers and are not paid for their service to the organization or for the time spent on projects Funds raised by the NvWF are

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    choice A Memorial Service will be held at Walton s Funeral Home Sierra Chapel 875 W Second Street Reno NV on Friday April 15 2016 at 1 00 pm If you would like to express your condolences or share a special memory you may visit the Book of Memories at www waltonsfuneralhomes com Published in Reno Gazette Journal from Apr 13 to Apr 14 2016 See more at http www legacy com obituaries rgj obituary aspx pid 179594716 sthash eGHHpIVP dpuf NDOW propose a new pricing structure for licenses April 9 2016 Fellow sportsmen At the next legislative session NDOW wants to propose a new pricing structure for licenses Tony Wasley did a presentation for the northern coalition and I would like to ask Tony to come down and do a presentation for us As Tony was giving his presentation he also announced that NDOW is proposing to put out a survey asking the general public what they think about the management of Nevada s wildlife I need to know how many sportsmen would attend a presentation if I could get it set up so please send this to your organizations and get a head count Please RSVP to rpcjtag embarqmail com Secretary Jewell and Attorney General Lynch January 25 2016 Secretary Jewell and Attorney General Lynch On behalf of the National Wildlife Federation and our state and territorial affiliates we write to express our grave concern about the prolonged unlawful takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge as it enters a fourth week We appreciate the priority that you and your staff have placed upon finding a peaceful resolution to this criminal occupation and your efforts to keep the public and federal employees safe however the situation does not appear to be dissipating and the numbers of continue to swell Inaction is emboldening this criminal element at the expense of the overwhelming majority of Americans who support keeping public lands accessible for all especially the thousands of Oregonians who have been unable to visit the Refuge for weeks What started as a relatively peaceful protest has now turned into a destructive binge with the occupiers ripping down fences digging holes bulldozing roads desecrating artifacts threatening staff commandeering federal vehicles and building fortifications These criminal acts are undermining the public trust doctrine that our federal refuges embody and years of work to restore critical habitat including reducing invasive non native carp for the enjoyment of all Americans efforts that could be lost if its order is not restored We are concerned that the number of occupiers has grown from around ten to more than fifty with many individuals coming and going as they please to bring in new supplies and equipment Allowing this to continue increases the chance of escalation and we encourage you to contain and constrain the occupation by preventing perpetrators who leave the premise from returning and preventing additional individuals from entering the Refuge or bringing in more supplies As organizations and individuals that care deeply about

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    Wildlife Refuge Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Anaho National Wildlife Refuge Desert National Wildlife Refuge Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Great Basin National Park Spring Mountains National Recreation Area Lake Mead National Recreation Area National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Biking Trail Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Nevada Info Animals of Nevada Nevada Trees and Flowers Nevada Vital Statistics Links Nevada Environmental Links State Governmental Links Other Environmental Links Sportsman Links Just 4 Fun Raffle About the Nevada Wildlife Federation The Nevada Wildlife Federation NvWF is an all volunteer organization dedicated to sustaining Nevada s natural resources for wildlife through conservation and education NvWF is the state affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation Below is some information about NvWF including how to contact NvWF current NvWF Officers and NvWF affiliate organizations Contact Information Nevada Wildlife Federation PO Box 71238 Reno NV 89570 Sourthern Nevada 702 438 2485 E Mail nvwf nvwf org Board Meetings NvWF holds quarterly board meetings Anyone interested is welcome and encouraged to attend The meeting locations are held in various locations throughout the state The board often holds campouts

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    Trail Visiting Hoover Dam Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Mt Charleston Kyle Canyon Las Vegas Springs Preserve Floyd Lamb Park Tule Springs Place of Interests Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Anaho National Wildlife Refuge Desert National Wildlife Refuge Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Great Basin National Park Spring Mountains National Recreation Area Lake Mead National Recreation Area National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Biking Trail Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Nevada Info Animals of Nevada Nevada Trees and Flowers Nevada Vital Statistics Links Nevada Environmental Links State Governmental Links Other Environmental Links Sportsman Links Just 4 Fun Raffle Affiliates The Nevada Wildlife Federation NvWF is affiliated with a number of other conservation and environmentally minded organizations within the state Those organizations are listed below Friends of Nevada Wilderness PO Box 9754 Reno NV 89507 775 324 7667 Ormsby Sportsman s Association PO Box 847 Carson City NV 89702 Animal Ark P O 60057 Reno NV 89506 0057 Reno Tur Toise Club PO Box 8783 Reno NV 89507 Carson Valley Chukar Club PO Box 1122 Gardnerville NV 89410 Silver Arrow Bowmen PO Box 12834 Reno NV 89506 Canvasback Gun Club PO Box 12834 Reno NV 89510 Truckee River Flyfishers 2875 Northtowne Lane Reno NV 89512 Las Vegas Archers PO Box 28476 Las Vegas NV 89126 Truckee River Yacht Club 1755 E Plumb Lane 170 Reno NV 89502 Nevada Natural Resource Education Council PO Box 4741 Carson City NV 89702 Walker Lake Working Group PO Box 867 Hawthorne NV 89415 Nevada Bighorns Unlimited P O Box 21393 Reno Nevada 89515 Nevada Section Society For Range Management Nevada Nevada Bow Hunters Association 1316 4th Street Elko NV 89803 Nevada Wildlife Corporate Members Arte

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    Clean Up Sage Grouse Habitat Diana Project Current Issues Environmental Programs Water Allocation Distribution in NV Walker Lake Aquistion Transfer Program Endangered Species Act ESA Newsletters Quarterly Newsletter Additional Info Public Lands Tread Lightly Fishing Calendar About Nevada Recreational Sites Nevada State Parks Cave Lake Red Rock Biking Trail Visiting Hoover Dam Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Mt Charleston Kyle Canyon Las Vegas Springs Preserve Floyd Lamb Park Tule Springs Place of Interests Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Anaho National Wildlife Refuge Desert National Wildlife Refuge Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Great Basin National Park Spring Mountains National Recreation Area Lake Mead National Recreation Area National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Biking Trail Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Nevada Info Animals of Nevada Nevada Trees and Flowers Nevada Vital Statistics Links Nevada Environmental Links State Governmental Links Other Environmental Links Sportsman Links Just 4 Fun Raffle Nevada Wildlife Federation Officers Officers President NWF Representative Robert Gaudet Vice President District 1 NW Lou Christensen Vice President District 2 NE Jack Prier Vice President District 3 Southern Kevin Cabble Secretary Barbara McKinnon

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    nvwf com The Federation has had plenty of experience and thus has plenty of educational materials it can also get you in touch with local experts like the Master Gardeners Program through Cooperative Extension or people who are already going through the process like the Wasden Elementary School effort in Las Vegas Why be Certified There are a number of reasons which is why the program is so successful The process of becoming certified and contacting the Federation to let staff know you want to do so gives you access to local wildlife experts and whatever other expertise those particular people have It gives you access to expertise across the country The Federation also has a great deal of printed educational material that ll help you go through the process A certified habitat can give you the opportunity of becoming part of a much bigger picture like a nation wide effort to extend song bird ranges The goal of certification gives you some guidance on creating your habitat water food etc And probably most importantly the process of becoming certified particularly if it is any kind of group effort is an invaluable learning process Working with others on a community project especially with schools and kids is very very satisfying Wasden Elementary School Wasden is one of the oldest schools in the Las Vegas Valley probably built in the 1960 s from the looks of it which is old for Vegas Its landscape is the traditional turf and sidewalk motif functional for soccer and getting kids from one building to the next but not much else Wasden s principal Diane Reitz and the Las Vegas Valley Water District s Desert Demonstration Gardens supervisor Pete Duncombe winner of the 1998 NvWF Water Conservationist of the Year Award had been discussing the possibility of redoing the landscape to make it more usable by students and more beautiful Along came Susan Crisfield She talked to Pete Pete talked to Diane Susan talked to Susan Selby who was looking for a likely school to start the program in Las Vegas and voila A habitat process was sprouted The Wasden effort is going to be a big one People are so excited they are going to master plan the entire school yard which is a monster it looks like it takes up an entire city block Right now they are in the brainstorming wish list phase and are thinking of things anywhere from building a simple stormwater pond to modifying the street in the front of the school to create safer crosswalks But their real emphasis is outdoor science labs or wildlife habitats where kids can learn about and experience natural habitat They will probably pick a first project like a Hummingbird Garden or Desert Tortoise Preserve to get something done that the kids can use right away and that can be installed relatively quickly and inexpensively Fortunately the Wasden effort is a team effort The Planning Work Group is made up of representatives from

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    Center Mt Charleston Kyle Canyon Las Vegas Springs Preserve Floyd Lamb Park Tule Springs Place of Interests Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Anaho National Wildlife Refuge Desert National Wildlife Refuge Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Great Basin National Park Spring Mountains National Recreation Area Lake Mead National Recreation Area National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Biking Trail Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Nevada Info Animals of Nevada Nevada Trees and Flowers Nevada Vital Statistics Links Nevada Environmental Links State Governmental Links Other Environmental Links Sportsman Links Just 4 Fun Raffle Backyard Habitat Whether you have an apartment balcony or a 20 acre farm you can create a garden that attracts beautiful wildlife and helps restore habitat in commercial and residential areas By providing food water cover and a place for wildlife to raise their young and by incorporating sustainable gardening practices you not only help wildlife but you also qualify to become an official Certified Wildlife Habitat Components of Habitat There are five basic components of habitat needed by all wildlife Food Everyone needs to eat Planting native forbs shrubs and trees is the easiest way to provide the foliage nectar pollen berries seeds and nuts that many species of wildlife require to survive and thrive You can also incorporate supplemental feeders and food sources Water Wildlife need sources of clean water for many purposes including drinking bathing and reproduction Water sources may include natural features such as ponds lakes rivers springs oceans and wetlands or human made fetures such as bird baths puddling areas for butterflies installed ponds or rain gardens Cover Wildlife require places to hide in order to feel safe from people predators and inclement weather

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    Affiliate Hunting Fishing Hunting Education Hunt Section Map Fishing Education Past Projects Corn Creek Crawdad Removal Cow Camp Clean Up Sage Grouse Habitat Diana Project Current Issues Environmental Programs Water Allocation Distribution in NV Walker Lake Aquistion Transfer Program Endangered Species Act ESA Newsletters Quarterly Newsletter Additional Info Public Lands Tread Lightly Fishing Calendar About Nevada Recreational Sites Nevada State Parks Cave Lake Red Rock Biking Trail Visiting Hoover Dam Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Mt Charleston Kyle Canyon Las Vegas Springs Preserve Floyd Lamb Park Tule Springs Place of Interests Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Anaho National Wildlife Refuge Desert National Wildlife Refuge Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Great Basin National Park Spring Mountains National Recreation Area Lake Mead National Recreation Area National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Biking Trail Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Nevada Info Animals of Nevada Nevada Trees and Flowers Nevada Vital Statistics Links Nevada Environmental Links State Governmental Links Other Environmental Links Sportsman Links Just 4 Fun Raffle Kids Fishing Derby Reno Nevada Where Lampe Park Gardnerville Nevada 89410 When June 4th 5th 2016

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