Northeast Elko Conservation District
The Northeast Elko Conservation District is unique compared to other districts. Throughout the northern Nevada Great Basin, the demand placed upon the renewable and non-renewable resource base is continually increasing. The group strives to manage resources for the ecological sustainability required to preserve them for future generations, all amid increased growth in the region and the diversified marketability for local resource products.
Soil, water, air, plant, animal, and human resources comprise the primary building blocks that support the holistic and dynamic ecosystems that allow the habitat to sustain a high quality of life for all inhabitants. Managing these habitats requires a collaborative initiative and partnership comprised of local citizenry, local government, land management regulatory agencies, and non-governmental organizations and interest groups.
Shoesole resource Management Group
The Shoesole Holistic Management process involves a consensus-based decision making model that encourages diverse participants to consider the economic, environmental, and social impacts of a decision before it is implemented.
Stewardship Alliance of Northeast Elko
SANE is a solutions-based multidisciplinary conservation team working together to provide a rich heritage using the tools of education, balancing science with local knowledge, and collaboration. Our alliance/team is grounded in accountability and common values while recognizing the interrelationship between good habitat and economic viability. We work to create a sustainable community rich in traditional resource uses.