Public lands -- Nevada -- Management
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Law enforcement clippings
The United States Forest Service Law Enforcement and Investigations was a division of the U.S Forest Service responsible for enforcing laws and regulation on Forest Service property. Includes clippings from newspapers and other print media on issues related to national forests, public lands, and enforcement of applicable laws and regulations in Nevada (1969-1998).
Public Resource Associates Records
Abstract Records cover the various initiatives, activities, and efforts of both the Public Resource Foundation (1982) and later Public Resource Associates (1988) to effect environmental change on the national and local levels through grassroots planning and lobbying. Materials date from 1919-2012 with the bulk of the material covering the mid-1980s-2012. The major areas of emphasis in this collection are the work to reform the 1872 Mining Law, public lands management, and conservation and...
Dates: 1919-2013; Majority of material found within 1985-2012
Sierra Club, Toiyabe Chapter Records
Abstract The Toiyabe Chapter is a regional chapter of the Sierra Club, a California-based national organization devoted to preserving nature for future generations. The Toiyabe Chapter was organized in 1957 and originally included Nevada, California east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and north of San Bernardino and Kern Counties, and parts of the state of Utah. The collection contains records created or collected by the Toiyabe Chapter of the Sierra Club related to the environment, its use, and its...
U. S. Bureau of Land Management Cultural Resource Reports for Nevada
Cultural resource reports collected by the Bureau of Land Management in the state of Nevada. The collection contains surveys, inventories, and reports on development and exploration of public lands primarily from the 1970s and early 1980s.
Western Shoshone Defense Project Records
Abstract The Western Shoshone Defense Project Records were originally maintained by Carrie and Mary Dann, two traditional Western Shoshone ranchers living in northeastern Nevada. The Defense Project's mission is to affirm Western Shoshone jurisdiction over Western Shoshone ancestral homelands by protecting, preserving, and restoring Shoshone rights and lands for present and future generations based on cultural and spiritual traditions. It was established in 1991 by the Western Shoshone National...
Dates: 1863-2011; Majority of material found within 1930 - 2011