Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners

“The 9-member, governor-appointed Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners is responsible for establishing broad policy, setting annual and permanent regulations, reviewing budgets, and receiving input on wildlife and boating matters from entities such as the 17 county advisory boards to manage wildlife.” Members serve 4 year terms. Five members must hold a license to hunt or fish in 3 of the 4 years preceding their appointment, one member must be involved in farming, one member must be engaged in ranching, and one member must have expertise in advocating conservation issues. As of mid-2021, 5 members are consumptive users and 7 seats are occupied by men.

Nevada Department of Wildlife

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