Nevada Division of Forestry seeks to produce and provide useful publications that help the public and our cooperators better understand and therefore be enabled to be the best stewards possible of natural resources within the State. 

Agency Services and Locations

Primary NDF Services and Locations


Agency Accomplishments

Annual Report of Fire Prevention and Forest Health in the Lake Tahoe Basin

Highlighted Projects Fact Sheets

USFS Nevada State and Private Forestry Fact Sheets 2018; 2019, 2020

Natural Resource Stewardship and Management

Cleaner Air, Tree by Tree – A Best Management Practices Guide for Urban Trees in Southern Nevada

Forest Insect and Disease Conditions in Nevada Reports

Nevada Rangeland Monitoring Handbook – 3rd Edition

Truckee Meadows Urban Tree Canopy Assessment


Biomass and Forest Products

Assessment of Pinyon and Juniper Derived Biochar as a Soil Amendment to Increase Survival of Urban Trees in Nevada

Methods to Reduce Forest Residue Volume After Harvesting and Produce Black Carbon

Statewide Assessment to Expand Biomass Operations 2009


Trees and Plants

Choosing the Right Plants for Northern Nevada’s High Fire Hazard Areas

Common Animal Damage to Plants Fact Sheet

Nevada Big Tree Register 2015

Pinyon Pine – Management Guidelines for Common Pests 

State of Nevada Native Plant Laws

Trees Work for Nevada

Trees for Tomorrow – Southern Nevada Tree Selection and Care Guide


Programs, Planning and Strategies

Conservation Camp Program Brochure

Nevada Climate Strategy (2020)

Nevada Cohesive Strategy

Nevada Forest, Range and Watershed Action Plan (2020)

Nevada Shared Stewardship Agreement

Outdoor Recreation Confluence Accords

Stewardship Program Brochure

State Fire and Volunteer Fire Assistance Brochure

Urban and Community Forestry Brochure


Fuels and Fire

Fire Rehabilitation Fact Sheet

Fire Shapes Our Landscape, But it Doesn’t Have to Be Destructive

Hazardous Fuels Reduction Fact Sheet

Network Pulse Newsletter for Fire Adapted Communities

Prescribed Fire Fact Sheet

One Less Spark Campaign – Being Prepared for Wildfire

One Less Spark Campaign – Reducing Unwanted Sparks

One Less Spark Campaign – Burning Landscaping Debris

One Less Spark Campaign – Using Open Camp Fires

One Less Spark Campaign – Safely Operating Vehicles


Additional Resources for Publications and Learning

Forests and Rangelands

Great Basin Fire Science Exchange

Living With Fire

Nevada Natural Heritage Library


University of Nevada Reno – Cooperative Extension

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Webinar Portal

Utah State University Webinars



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