More than 80 percent of the land in Nevada is managed by the federal government. So, what is the future of Nevada’s public lands over the next year, the next decade, or for the next generation? Those are questions of concern anywhere in Nevada, which was certainly the case last Thursday when Churchill County Commissioners agreed to become a member of the American Lands Council during a 55-minute discussion at their regularly scheduled meeting. Elko County Commissioner Demar Dahl gave a presentation on the efforts of the organization to restore possession of at least a portion of the lands currently …
Public lands debate heard by commissioners
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