Give today and defend our beloved national parks, pristine wilderness and shared open spaces from being sold off to the highest bidder.
That's the take-away from the architectural magazine American Bungalow
Spanish painter Salvador Dali passed away 25 years ago this Jan. 23, his name by then all but synonymous with that of the art movement he championed during the prime years of his career: surrealism.
A Senate Energy and Natural Resources subcommittee held hearings Nov. 20 on three locally-supported bills to secure cherished natural places in New Mexico, Colorado and California.
When was the last time you really could see for miles on a clear day, undisturbed by smog-like pollution? If it's been a while, you might want to visit a wilderness area.
Volunteer Vacations: Spend a Week Helping Wilderness
As of March 1, cuts – known as sequestration – will be affecting every federal agency, including the National Park Service, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the Forest Service and other environmental agencies.
On an early April morning history was made in the small Northern New Mexico Village of Questa when the array of 173 concentrating photovoltaic (CPV) solar panels was officially turned on.
Two important Wilderness bills are making their way through the U.S. Senate.
Legislation currently being re-introduced by Republican Senators from Tennessee, Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker, could add the first new Wilderness to Tennessee in 25 years.
Congress will vote this month on a measure that would open the pristine Arctic Refuge to drilling.