Despite months of hard work by The Wilderness Society, our members and congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle, the Land and Water Conservation Fund officially lapsed on Sept.
On Sept. 30, the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) will expire—the shameful end of a popular, effective conservation program thanks to congressional dysfunction and radical ideology.
The report, released on Aug. 5, indicates a serious tipping point for the agency with half of the Forest Service Budget usurped by wildfire costs.
The National Conservation Lands are considered the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) version of the national parks—iconic places that safeguard tremendous scenery, wildlife habitat and archaeol
On June 16 and 18, House and Senate committees are set to consider appropriations bills to fund the Interior Department for the coming year.
The revised Public Lands Renewable Energy Development Act (PLREDA) was reintroduced into the Senate this week with strong bipartisan support.
Wildfires are growing larger and more destructive than ever before due to climate change, drought, a lack of funding for prevention programs and other factors.
The report, released by Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and National Park Service Director Jonathan B.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) got a full oversight hearing by the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on April 22.With only five months to go before it expires on Sept.
From the awe-inspiring contours of the Grand Canyon to the Everglades’ sweeping “river of grass,” national parks are among the iconic landscapes that define America.
President Obama has vowed to urge Congress to designate new wilderness in the Refuge. Encourage him to keep fighting for this threatened land.