Before you plan a getaway to some tropical island this summer, consider another option.
Do you think this photo looks like it was taken on the slopes of the Swiss Alps? Think again.
What if it was possible to protect wild places by protecting a single family of animals? As wilderness ambassadors, bears are a barometer for the health of North American forests and ecosystems.
The Forest Service has made a technical change in their regulations that will impact the public’s involvement in the Blackfoot Travel Planning Process.
Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) introduced the Promoting Energy Efficient Renewables Act of 2013. This bill permanently extends the Production Tax Credit (PTC) for wind energy, which is set to expire at the end of this year.
Thirty years ago, 259,000 splendid acres in southwestern Montana neighboring Yellowstone National Park was protected.
Explore Places that are "Too Wild To Drill" Across the United States
The world's largest gypsum dunefield, White Sands National Monument features vast expanses of brilliant white sand dunes.
America has 108 places protected as National Monuments. Every one of these gems has been designated because of its unique historical, geological, biological, scientific or cultural value.
President Barack Obama announced government-wide plans to address the climate crisis on Tuesday, June 25 at Georgetown University.
President Obama has vowed to urge Congress to designate new wilderness in the Refuge. Encourage him to keep fighting for this threatened land.