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Past Projects

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Duck Valley Arbor Day | Tree Planting & Giveaway
(funded by Nevada Division of Forestry)

Duck Valley

May 16th, 2024

Raow Raow Earth Day and Tree Raffle
(USFS funded)

Las Vegas

April 20th, 2024

Nevada Plants and the Forest Service are equal opportunity providers.

Hollywood Park Earth Day Tree planting and Giveaway
(USFS funded)

Las Vegas

April 20th, 2024

Nevada Plants and the Forest Service are equal opportunity providers.

Avi Kwa Ame National Monument One Year Anniversary
(USFS funded)

Searchlight

April 13th, 2024

We celebrated the first year of our beautiful National Monument with a tree giveaway and pond planting at the Mystery Ranch.

 

Nevada Plants and the Forest Service are equal opportunity providers.

Certified Arborist Prep Course
(USFS funded)

Ely

March 22nd - 23rd, 2024

Nevada Plants and the Forest Service are equal opportunity providers.

El Calor Cuesta: Facing Rising Heat Together

Las Vegas, Eastside

March 16th, 2024

We partnered with Somos Votantes, CHISPA Nevada, Nevada Conservation League, Climate Action NV, and Native Voters Alliance in preparing for our rising heat by learning about the tools and opportunities we have to protect ourselves, our families, and our communities.

NFL Green Silverado Ranch Park with Commissioner Naft

Las Vegas

January 23rd, 2024

We partnered with Commissioner Michael Naft, NFL Green, Las Vegas Super Bowl LV III Host Committee, Verizon, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and the Silverado Ranch Community Center to plant 12 trees near the new community center that is scheduled to open this spring at Silverado Ranch Park. Planting trees helps to increase shade and cooling and reduce urban heat island effects.

NFL Green Cesar Chavez Park with Commissioner Tick Segerblom

Las Vegas, Eastside

January 21st, 2024

We partnered with Commissioner Tick Segerblom, NFL Green, and RTC to plant 12 large trees at Cesar Chavez Park to increase shade and reduce the urban heat island effect. 50 locals also received trees to bring home and plant as part of a neighborhood beautification project.