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Heidi Swank
Nevada State Assemblywoman for District 16, Chair of Assembly Natural Resources, Outdoors enthusiast and historic preservationist
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Heidi Swank 5h
I would like to see a pygmy rabbit and a moose in the same day!
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Benjamin Spillman May 18
More from rural where people, like multi-generational resident Caleb McAdoo, struggle with emotional strain from fires destroying the rangeland that sustains people, wildlife and livelihoods.
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Heidi Swank May 18
Replying to @CityOfLasVegas
General Election is June 11! Early vote starts run May 25 - June 7.
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Heidi Swank May 18
Fabulous evening at The Flamingo Club and I got to chat with ⁦⁩!
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Michelle White May 17
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NV Dept. of Wildlife May 17
In this week's Wild, we're talking about bears and the steps you can take to keep them wild. Remember, living in bear country is a year-round responsibility!
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Main Street America May 12
Macon: Revitalization Through Preservation via
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Melissa Clary May 11
Who do you call to pick up those dreaded abandoned shopping carts?! I've got the # for y'all.
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Heidi Swank May 12
Hiking at Mt. Charleston on a beautiful morning.
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NV Dept. of Wildlife May 9
Climbers & hikers, please avoid the area at the top of on Kingsbury Grade to help us protect nesting Peregrine Falcons.
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Clark County Nevada May 7
It's that time of year - warmer weather brings an increased threat. Cmsr. and the commission recognized firefighters and declared May 2019 Wildfire Awareness Month in today. The theme is "Wildfires Happen: Is Your Community Prepared?"
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SageGrouseInitiative May 7
Pronghorn are one of the 350+ species that rely on healthy sagebrush rangelands. Despite their common name, they are not actually antelopes. In fact, their closest living relatives are giraffe and okapi. Photo: Tatiana Gettelman, USGS
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Nevada DCNR May 6
April showers brought May wildflowers! Nevada is home to more than 1,500 native wildflower species statewide. Discover how to plant your own wildflower garden:
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Heidi Swank May 3
Oh my do I LOVE Brutalist architecture!
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Melissa Clary May 3
Today while canvassing, I got feedback from residents on Harris Ave. concerned with high speeds by vehicles cutting through the neighborhood. I'll be sending this up to the City Traffic Engineer to consider traffic calming measures like speed humps.
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NPR May 1
🔎 Decades ago, a monk found a piece of jawbone in a Tibetan cave. Today, scientists say that bone came from a type of ancient human — which likely passed on a gene that helps some modern humans live at high altitudes.
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Heidi Swank May 1
Celebrate Historic Preservation Month! via
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Melissa Clary May 1
past, present and future fiscal year accomplishments impacting many of our neighborhoods. I've been engaged in many of these projects prior to my run for office. I'm looking forward to picking up the baton and running with it.
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Saving Places Apr 30
Visitor centers were an important addition to Yellowstone. Before 1956, visitor centers were an unknown form in national parks. While the concept was new, its essence could be found in an already existing form: shopping centers and strip malls.
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Assembly Democrats Apr 17
"Nevada’s wildfires pose significant challenges to our rural communities, ranchlands, and outdoor recreation." - read Assemblywoman 's op-ed on the 's efforts to combat wildfires in Nevada.
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