The Nevada Collaborative Conservation Network (NVCCN) is a state-wide effort to build a network that serves to promote, incentivize, coordinate, and support locally-led conservation efforts. Through effective communication and coordination with locally led conservation efforts, federal and state agencies, and utilizing local knowledge coupled with science and technical support, NVCCN strives to create and maintain thriving ecosystems that benefit wildlife, communities and economies across the state of Nevada and serve as an example of solution focused locally led conservation.

The network includes ranchers, individuals involved with existing collaborative conservation efforts, conservation districts and local area working groups, non-government organizations and representatives from state and federal land management agencies.