Warm Springs Natural Area partners in conservation
A core team of representatives from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service , the Nevada Department of Wildlife , The Nature Conservancy and the Southern Nevada Water Authority developed the initial shared vision for Warm Springs Natural Area, with an emphasis on the recovery and conservation of the Muddy River’s aquatic ecosystem.
Other organizations have also served as vital partners and contributors to the overall conservation effort:
- Moapa Band of Paiute Indians
- Moapa Valley Water District
- Moapa Valley Town Advisory Board
- U.S. Geological Survey
- U.S. Bureau of Land Management
- Clark County
- Coyote Springs Investment
- Property neighbors
Special thanks from the staff at Warm Springs to:
Grant M. Bowler Elementary School for student participation in World Wetlands Day and work at the Warm Springs greenhouse.
Ute V. Perkins Elementary School for student participation in World Wetlands Day and work at the Warm Springs greenhouse.
Moapa Valley High School’s Future Farmers of America program for student help in multiple outreach events and projects, including fence building, greenhouse work, seed harvesting and ditch cleaning.
The many Boy Scouts who have conducted their Eagle Scout service projects such as building trails and bridges, planting native vegetation, collecting and distributing firewood and restoring historical sites.
Red Rock Audubon Society for their support of the Christmas Bird Count.