Nevada State Office Closure Update
In accordance with Governor Sisolak's Phase 2 reopening guidance, the Sagebrush Ecosystem Program office has reopened with limited staff on a rolling schedule and limited access to the public, primarily through scheduled appointments. Staff will continue to tele-work when not in the office and will be available for virtual meetings with clients. To access staff contact
information, please click on the “CONTACT” tab located on this webpage.
We will continue to provide timely responses and quality services. We thank you for your understanding and
cooperation during this time. We will continue to update our status on this website as
new guidance becomes available.
Upcoming Public Meetings
The Nevada Sagebrush Ecosystem Program is a collaborative,
multi-disciplinary program made up of the governor-appointed Sagebrush Council
and the Sagebrush Ecosystem Technical Team, established to protect and enhance
the sagebrush landscape. The sagebrush
ecosystem, in addition to being home for much of the state's plants and
wildlife, is an integral part of Nevada's culture and economy. The ecosystem program is focused on providing
solutions and actions to the myriad of threats challenging the condition of the
ecosystem and the plants, animals, and people dependent upon the health and
resiliency of this landscape.