To find their way to California, emigrants needed reliable maps. The first Euro-American explorers of the West, like the mountain men and John C. Fremont, made these maps. Join Interpreter Tim Burns and enjoy a map-making activity and game.
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Who We Are
Southern Nevada Conservancy, a 501c3 nonprofit organization based in Las Vegas, NV, works cooperatively with the Bureau of Land Management through a formal agreement to provide education, informational, and other public services that will add to visitors understanding and enjoyment of the California Trail Interpretive Center. These programs include California Trail Interpretive Center programs, interpretive programming, volunteer management, retail operations, social media outreach, and this website.
Southern Nevada Conservancy is honored to work on and steward public lands across Nevada, which are the ancestral homelands of several Indigenous Peoples, including the Southern Paiute, Chemehuevi, and Western Shoshone peoples. We honor and respect the enduring connections that Indigenous communities have to this land and strive to support and collaborate with local tribes as an integral part of our mission.