Our mission is to promote and accomplish resource conservation, preservation and sustainability projects to benefit the 2,000,000 residents and over 35,000,000 annual visitors to Clark County, Nevada.
What we do…
We accomplish our mission in a number of ways—
We develop partnerships, working groups, and community connections,
We locate and administer grants and matching funds to produce projects,
We provide, coordinate, or assist in conducting free public education programs to inform residents, students, and various organizations about important environmental and sustainability issues.
The Conservation District of Southern Nevada is a local subdivision of the State of Nevada with decades of proven experience developing community based conservation projects for residents, governments, and businesses throughout Clark County.
CDSN is administered by a seven-member board of supervisors; five members elected to four-year terms, one member appointed to represent county government, and one member appointed to represent the incorporated cities.