Forest Action Plan
Threats to Priority Landscapes in Nevada
Nevada’s Forest Action Plan lists eleven significant threats to the state’s natural resources and identifies seventeen priority landscapes where the Nevada Division of Forestry (NDF) will focus effort. It also provides a long-term plan for how the NDF will address the identified threats.
There are no identifiable boundaries indicating where a landscape begins and ends, so NDF has designated priority areas as landscapes based on shared issues, threats, or resource values. Any project specific planning will require a more detailed analysis of the actual resource issues and concerns.
Best Management Practices
Nevada’s best management practices (BMPs) program is quasi-regulatory. The agencies responsible for BMPs policy development are the Nevada Division of Forestry, the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection and other agencies.
Click here to view the most recent BMPs recommendations on the state forestry agency website.
Download the program survey results to view implementation rates and the full research findings.