Nevada Conservation Corps harnesses the energy and idealism of youth to meet the needs of Nevada public lands and communities, through habitat restoration, invasive species control, trail building, and community conservation events.LEARN MORE
AmeriCorps Intern program provides students, recent graduates, and those entering the workforce with opportunities to strengthen communities through various projects, all the while nurturing the spirit of volunteerism and public service.LEARN MORE
The International Conservation Volunteer Exchange is a volunteer and field studies program for students who wish to collaborate on natural resource projects and accredited course work in the US and abroad.LEARN MORE
Galena Creek Visitor Center encourages the understanding, appreciation and appropriate use of the natural and cultural resources of the Galena Canyon area and the Mount Rose-Lake Tahoe Scenic Byway.LEARN MORE
About Great Basin Institute
The Great Basin Institute is an interdisciplinary field studies organization that promotes environmental research, education, and conservation throughout the West. Founded in 1998 at the University of Nevada, GBI advances applied research to support science-based adaptive management of public lands. The Institute is dedicated to the promotion of science through field studies programs, conservation practices, and public outreach.