Natural Resource Management

Shared Stewardship

Nevada has a long history of partnerships and many examples of working together at the landscape level to address wildland fires, landscape restoration and the wildland urban interface. In 2019, interagency partners signed the Nevada Shared Stewardship Agreement, committing state and federal agencies to expand our working relationships, jointly set priorities and implement projects at the appropriate scale, co-manage risk, and share resources.

Nevada Shared Stewardship Agreement (PDF)
Nevada Cohesive Strategy (PDF)
Nevada Good Neighbor Agreement (PDF)

State Wildland Fire Protection Program Agreements

 
 

Priority Landscape Areas

In 2020, the Shared Stewardship Executive Committee identified 13 priority landscapes in which to focus treatments to protect our shared values from catastrophic wildfire.

Shared Stewardship Priority Landscape Map (PDF)

 
 

Annual Accomplishments Reports

2021 Shared Stewardship Annual Accomplishments Report (PDF)

 
 

Additional Resources

Use the links below to access additional documents, geospatial data, web applications, and external websites related to the Nevada Shared Stewardship initiative.

U.S. Forest Service's Shared Stewardship (Link)

Highlighted Projects

Western Region
Lot X Fuels Reduction and Forest Restoration Project
The Lot X Fuels Reduction and Forest Reforestation Project was funded through a US Forest Service Hazardous Fuels Grant, to improve forest and riparian health in Lot X...
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Northern Region
Ruby Lake Estates Project
In partnership with the United States Forest Service, Conservation Crews from Wells and Carlin began work on the Ruby Lake Estates project in October of 2020. Located on the Southeast side of the Ruby Mountains...
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Southern Region
Pinyon-Juniper Encroachment Project
This project improved sagebrush habitat and riparian health on approximately 300 acres by reducing the impact of encroaching conifers on sagebrush ecosystems...
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