NOS Mission

Nevada Outdoor School inspires exploration of the natural world, responsible stewardship of our habitat and dedication to community.
This is the spot for us to share stories, fun ideas or general musings. When you aren't in here, we hope to see you out there!

Monday, October 23, 2023

What's New at NOS- September 2023

Now that Summer is over we are jumping back into road shows and in-class education. And not only that but we had our last golf tournament for the year in September! In this months What's New at NOS you can see that we are always in the outdoor community inspiring exploration of the natural world, responsible stewardship of our habitat and dedication to community!

Fire and Ice Golf Tournament (Winnemucca), September 9th

A great big THANK YOU! to all of the sponsors and participants in Nevada Outdoor School’s 1st Annual Winnemucca Fire and Ice Golf Scramble Fundraiser last Saturday, September 9th at the Winnemucca Golf Course. The day was full of beautiful weather, great golf shots, and lucky winners!

NDOW Kids Fishing Day (Winnemucca), September 16th 

On September 16th Nevada Outdoor School assisted NDOW (Nevada Department Of Wildlife) with their Kids Fishing Day. There was one NOS staff member and one AmeriCorps member running an outreach booth as well as assisting participants with any fishing related questions or problems. The turnout was amazing.

NVORA OHV Summit, September 20th- September 22nd 

The Nevada Off Road Association (NVORA) held its 2023 OHV Summit in Tonopah, NV September 20th through September 22nd. The 3-day OHV Summit is designed to bring all stakeholders in motorized outdoor recreation together to share the concerns of all offroaders.

Hunter Education (Winnemucca), September 30th

On the rainy morning of September 30th, our two hunter education instructors taught their first Winnemucca Hunter Ed course at the Humboldt County Shooting Range. There were 6 participants plus a few parents who spent the day learning all about hunter safety and ethics.

Conservation Film Festival, September 30th

The Wild and Scenic Conservation Film Festival was hosted by the California Trail Interpretive Center and the Southern Nevada Conservancy at the Northeastern Nevada Museum. This festival showcased films that inspire environmental activism and help festival attendees learn what they can do to help protect and save our planet.

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