If large amounts of mormon crickets or grasshoppers are seen, please report to Nevada Department of Agriculture.


Bait is no longer provided by NDA or Extension Office but arial spraying will be done if large enough populations are reported.

We offer several funding opportunities. For detailed information regarding applications and qualifications please contact us.


-Funding is available to residents of Lander County and can only be used on land in Lander County-

AVAILABLE IN SPRING AND FALL:

Higher Education Scholarship

-$500 per academic year


AVAILABLE IN SPRING:

Range Camp Scholarship

-Camp fee scholarships for youth interested in attending Range Camp.

-2018 Recipient: Lyle Whitten


Contact us for information on applications for scholarships.

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY:

Endangered Wildlife Priority area population stabilization and/or increase project funding.


Contact us today for Application of Interest and Project Proposal documents.

Receive a 50% discount on the use of the LCCD's 300 GALLON trailer mounter sprayer with hand-gun when used for the control of noxious weeds in Lander County. Contact us to obtain an application.

Lander County Conservation District

AVAILABLE YEAR ROUND:

Noxious Weed, Rodent and Pest control Cost Share Program.


Private land owners/lessees can receive up to a 50% cost share with a maximum of $1,000 per calendar year in reimbursements for the purchase of herbicide(s), pesticide(s), or bait traps for the control and/or eradication of noxious weeds (identification manuals available at LCCD office), rodents (gophers/ground squirrels), and pests (mormon crickets/grasshoppers).


Funding is limited with a $5,000 yearly budget cap to be imposed. Applications will be accepted January 1st through December 31st for current year, must include receipts in applicant name and use report, and are subject to board review and approval.