Wetlands come in many shapes and forms, and are found in the most unexpected of places — even here in Nevada!
The Bureau of Land Management plans to capture at least 22,000 wild horses and burros — nearly doubling the number they captured in 2021.
Kingkini Sengupta and Trevor Macaluso explain how data visualization helps nonprofit organizations serve Reno’s vulnerable.
An unlikely partnership between livestock ranchers and a government conservation agency keeps rangeland grouse-friendly — and out of the hands of developers.
On October 1st, first year medical students begin dissecting the human cadavers housed at the Pennington Health Sciences gross anatomy lab at UNR. Lab manager Lindsay Pisani gives us a tour and talks us through what has changed for the gross anatomy course since the start of the pandemic.
Despite available resources to properly dispose of trash, illegal dumping has increased on Nevada public lands.
With climate change making the Sierra Nevada receive less moisture and become warmer, agriculture in the region will have to learn to adapt to the new conditions.
A new bill could help to fight back against America’s mounting e-waste issue.
Nevada is predicted to keep getting drier.
The Dixie Valley Toad lives in one location in the entire world – a small spring-fed wetland near Fallon, Nevada. Ormat Technologies Inc., has proposed a geothermal project in that exact location, threatening to make the toad extinct.