The Desert Conservation Program implements conservation projects as partial mitigation for take of covered species resulting from private land development in Clark County. These mitigation projects encompass a wide range of activities and may include restoration and/or enhancement of covered species habitat, weed inventory and treatment, research, species monitoring, public education and outreach, and law enforcement.
Project Closeout Reports
Technical Reports from Our Partners
Independent Reports About the MSHCP
Ongoing Project Reports
Quarterly reports are required to be submitted for the majority of projects contracted under the Desert Conservation Program (small projects and/or projects that roll up under a larger project may not be required to provide quarterly reports). Quarterly reports are submitted by January 5th, April 5th, July 5th and October 5th and are posted in approximately two weeks. In addition, Desert Conservation Program staff provide quarterly reports for major programmatic activities.
Reports are submitted by January 5th, April 5th, July 5th and October 5th and are posted in approximately two weeks.
For further information on an active, listed project, please contact the project lead for the project.
For further information on a closed project or a project that is not listed, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Active Projects Table:
| Boulder City Conservation Easement (BCCE)
| Riparian Reserve Units (Virgin and Muddy Rivers)
Data made available through this website may not have quality assurance or quality check guarantees. As well, the information provided on this website may not be an accurate reflection of all data generated and collected by Desert Conservation Program activities.