Appointment and qualifications of members
1.A county advisory board to manage wildlife shall submit written nominations for appointments to the Commission upon the request of the Governor and may submit nominations at any other time.
2.After consideration of the written nominations submitted by a county advisory board to manage wildlife and any additional candidates for appointment to the Commission, the Governor shall appoint to the Commission:
(a)One member who is actively engaged in and possesses experience and expertise in advocating issues relating to conservation;
(b)One member who is actively engaged in farming;
(c)One member who is actively engaged in ranching;
(d)One member who represents the interests of the general public; and
(e)Five members who during at least 3 of the 4 years immediately preceding their appointment held a resident license to fish or hunt, or both, in Nevada.
3.The Governor shall not appoint to the Commission any person who has been convicted of:
(a)A felony or gross misdemeanor for a violation of NRS 501.376;
(b)A gross misdemeanor for a violation of NRS 502.060;
(c)A felony or gross misdemeanor for a violation of NRS 504.395; or
(d)Two or more violations of the provisions of chapters 501 to 504, inclusive, of NRS,
4.Not more than three members may be from the same county whose population is 700,000 or more, not more than two members may be from the same county whose population is 100,000 or more but less than 700,000, and not more than one member may be from the same county whose population is less than 100,000.
5.The Commission shall annually select a Chair and a Vice Chair from among its members. A person shall not serve more than two consecutive terms as Chair.
Section 501.171 — Appointment and qualifications of members; officers.,