The Nevada Director of Conservation and Natural Resources
is an appointed state executive position in the Nevada state government.
The Director oversees the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources who "conserves, protects, manages, and enhances the state’s natural resources in order to provide the highest quality of life for Nevada’s citizens and visitors."
The current officeholder is Leo Drozdoff. He was appointed by Gov. Jim Gibbons in 2010.
The Director of Conservation and Natural Resources is appointed by the governor.
In 2009, the Nevada Director of Conservation and Natural Resources was paid an estimated $127,721 according to the Council of State Governments.