Helping Your Range, Forest and Watershed
The mission of the Nevada Division of Forestry is to protect and enhance Nevada’s ecosystems and communities through natural resource stewardship and wildfire management.
Produced 62,279 Plants
Over 59,000 Acres Burned
on 29,877 Acres
8 Mill. Insect & Disease Acres Surveyed
83 Community Risk Assessments Completed
3,000 Tags Issued
2020 Forest, Range & Watershed Action Plan
The 2020 Forest, Range & Watershed Action Plan is intended to provide a shared vision for natural resource management and conservation in Nevada. The plan incorporates the existing “All Hands – All Lands” approach together with the recent Shared Stewardship Agreement...Learn More
Fire Restrictions & Incidents
The Nevada Division of Forestry enacts fire restrictions on state lands, which includes the types of fire-related activities that are permitted given current conditions, as well as restriction exemptions and penalties for disobeying posted restrictions...Learn More
Grant Pre-Proposal Period now Open
Visit our Pre-Proposal Page
The Nevada Division of Forestry is now accepting preliminary proposals for grants that support wildfire prevention and mitigation, and habitat restoration projects across Nevada.
News, Events and Meetings
Registration Open for Webinars on Community Wildfire Defense Grants
The Community Wildfire Defense Grant is a new federal program, funded through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Prospective applicants can now register for informational webinars about the Grant.
Nevada Division of Forestry Partners with Rutledge Airborne Applications to Enhance Wildland Firefighting Capabilities
The Nevada Division of Forestry (NDF) is excited to announce it has partnered with Rutledge Airborne Applications to provide critical air support for wildland firefighting throughout Nevada. This three-year partnership contract significantly increases fire response capabilities by utilizing state-of-the-art single engine air tankers (SEATs).
NDF Transfers Wildfire Engine to Reno-Tahoe Airport Fire Department
The Nevada Division of Forestry (NDF) transferred ownership of a Type III wildfire engine to the Reno-Tahoe Airport Fire Department, as part of NDF’s ongoing efforts to support firefighting capabilities among partner agencies throughout the state.