By Pauline Van Betten. Originally published in the Las Vegas Sun April 25, 2020 Times are tough for our country. We’re facing situations we’ve never faced before. As Nevada families struggle to cope with quarantining and dealing with great uncertainty about the future of our state and our economy, many are turning to the great…Read More
Originally published by Shea Johnson as a Special to the Pahrump Valley Times February 20, 2020 – 6:58 pm Environmental advocates in Nevada want U.S. lawmakers to fully fund a decades-old revenue stream that has contributed over $100 million to outdoor preservation projects in the state since its inception. By authorizing only a partial appropriation…Read More
Originally published by Jared Fisher, Las Vegas Sun Read here: https://lasvegassun.com/news/2019/dec/17/funding-holdup-is-nonsensical/?fbclid=IwAR2AiBsBpwhQx_jES0ZMM7Yygx3yJC6LURL2Vj_mAf41mzCbeQFky40JXok December 17th, 2019 It’s time again for Congress to pass a budget and avert a government shutdown. Many programs hang in the balance, including one that could help save the future of our beloved Red Rock Canyon: The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) is…Read More
Originally published by Jennifer Bradley, Nevada Business Read here: https://www.nevadabusiness.com/2019/11/save-red-rock-announces-permanent-ban-on-shooting-in-lovell-canyon/ November 21st, 2019 Fourteen state and national conservation groups sent a letter on Friday to the congressional delegation, stating that any future Clark County lands bill must not “undermine public participation” or “undermine bedrock environmental laws.” The letter, which included five principles the groups want incorporated…Read More
By Sheila Billingsley | Originally published in the Las Vegas Sun October 9, 2019 Last week, Nevadans had a unique opportunity: riding with Rep. Susie Lee on a mountain biking adventure through Red Rock Canyon. Local Save Red Rock members were joined by advocates from the International Mountain Biking Association, the Regional Transportation Commission, Las…Read More
As interest in the conservation area grows, officials balance challenges, preservation and plans for the future Originally published by Miranda Willson, Las Vegas Sun Read here: https://m.lasvegassun.com/news/2019/jul/11/for-the-love-of-red-rock/ Thu, Jul 11, 2019 (2 a.m.) Stephanie Forte moved from Aspen, Colorado, to the Las Vegas Valley in 1998, specifically to be closer to one of the world’s…Read More
Originally published by Fred Wasser, Nevada Public Radio Read here: https://knpr.org/knpr/2015-11/red-rock-canyons-history-protected-land Nov 25, 2015 The Red Rock National Conservation Area is now 25 years old. Its history as a protected site goes back much further than that. It was 1936 when it was first recognized as a landmark. Much of Red Rock’s story was told in the…Read More
Originally published in the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Read here: https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/local-las-vegas/discovery-of-dinosaur-footprints-at-red-rock-excites-scientists/Read More
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Originally published in the Summerlin View.