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Supporters of the project argue that pumped storage is the cheapest and most reliable way to provide the electricity storage needed for the clean energy transition and will help stimulate a rural community’s economy.
Public and private land managers are realizing beavers are a critical component to healthy riparian ecosystems in Nevada. Once considered nuisances, the rodents have many ecological benefits - but they can still cause problems.
Claiming the federal government violated its own provisions on how to manage wild horses and burros, two Nevada ranches are suing the Bureau of Land Management over its failure to remove an excess of wild horses from central Nevada.
Two of Nevada’s leading wildfire experts — Tim Brown, director of the Western Regional Climate Center at the Desert Research Institute, and Christina Restaino, director of the Living With Fire program at UNR — offer insight into why wildfires have gotten so bad, their hidden costs and the mitigation efforts that are needed from local up to federal levels.
A multiyear battle over whether Southern Nevadans should pay for natural disaster protection work in Northern Nevada raises an increasingly pressing public policy question: Are natural disasters statewide or local issues?
Tamzen Stringham, a professor at UNR’s Department of Agriculture, Nutrition and Veterinary Sciences who has studied Nevada’s rangelands for more than 15 years and the Great Basin for three decades, weighs in on legacy grazing, cheatgrass and the surprising number of pinyon and juniper trees in Nevada.
Feinstein, along with the late Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), were longtime partners in the fight to preserve Tahoe. She helped create the inaugural Tahoe Summit in 1997, and attended subsequent summits for over 25 years.