Friends of Gold Butte is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization.
We’re a diverse group that cares actively for Gold Butte.
If you’ve been to Gold Butte, you know what a magical place it is. We feel that way too. That’s why we’re continuously doing projects to both preserve its integrity and help people enjoy its treasures safely and responsibly.
We do projects like signage, restoration, and cleanup, all in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). It’s rewarding work and fun to meet other people who share the same interests. Different projects are happening all the time, so be sure to get on our mailing list so you can be notified when we start another one.Learn More
Preserving the integrity of Gold Butte is our primary mission. In partnership with the BLM, we regularly work on many types of stewardship projects.
We host monthly guest speakers in Mesquite on all outdoor topics like archeology, geology, desert animals, desert plants, history, and others.
Being an advocate for Gold Butte never ends. We need your help writing letters, tabling at events, speak up at community meetings, and more.
We lead hikes and outings on a regular basis from September through April. We enjoy all forms of outdoor recreation, especially in Gold Butte.
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Friends of Gold Butte and Friends of Nevada Wilderness Applaud Introduction of ANTIQUITIES Act of 2018
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In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.
FEDERAL TAX REVENUE$65.3B
STATE AND LOCAL TAX REVENUE$59.2B
PUBLIC LANDS ECONOMIC OUTPUT$45B
JOBS GENERATED BY PUBLIC LANDS396,000
Outdoor recreation benefits us all.
Let’s Go Play!