In Nevada, transfer legislation threatens 3 river runs, 322 climbing areas, and over 70% of mountain biking trails. The map below shows some of the most important recreational resources that could be disposed of, transferred, or sold. 

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The Nevada senate passed a resolution demanding the transfer of public lands, while another resolution claims the state deserves a cut of the proceeds from public lands. Meanwhile a feasibility study recommended the transfer of lands.

[T]he State of Nevada could generate significant net revenue if afforded the opportunity to manage an expanded state land portfolio.
— Senate Joint Resolution 1