U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
There are about 45 million acres of public rangelands in Nevada. These rangelands are divided into 745 grazing allotments. There are 550 operators, or permittees, with a total of 635 permits to graze livestock.
Public land grazing is managed to achieve the fundamentals of rangeland health as indicated by soil and site stability, hydrologic function and biotic integrity.
Among the challenges to successfully manage public land grazing are:
Grazing/Allotment Information websites: