Nevada Land Trust

A nonprofit organization

39 donors

What do five stream corridors, frontage along a certain Rim trail, a proposed Sierra Front trail, a potential addition to a much-beloved state park at Lake Tahoe, mule deer wintering range, the high home of eagles and hawks, and Carson Valley agricultural land have in common?  They are all components of several remarkable projects that are lining up to be done at Nevada Land Trust right now and need your help ASAP!

Each one (and there are four and counting at present) is remarkable as a stand-alone project, but if you look at them as a whole, we have the potential, you and I and others with us, to leave a significant and lasting contribution to the conservation of the Sierra Front from the western edge of Reno, Carson City, Minden, and Gardnerville over the front range and into the Tahoe Basin and California's Sierra.  


You can help protect special places in Nevada forever by participating in Nevada's Big Give campaign.  Funds raised will go toward helping get these projects going right now.

Please give what you can - think about what it means to you to have the vistas you cherish, to have the places that you love available to you - and take action to help us protect those places for the people and animals you care about, now and forever!



Nevada Land Trust is our state's first accredited independent land trust, founded in 1998, dedicated to protecting critical habitat, recreational access, and water for wildlife and people. Visit our new website for more info at


Organization Data


Organization name

Nevada Land Trust

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PO BOX 20288
RENO, NV 89515


(775) 851-5180