There is no better moment to reflect on the state of America’s wilderness than this year, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Wilderness Act.
Can you guess where this wild photo was taken?
Hint: It's of the highest mountain in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park.
Whether or not we take quantifiable steps to fight the causes of climate change will define our generation and determine our future.
The letter, which was released on Jan. 24 by House Natural Resources Committee members Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR) and Rep.
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.
In January of 1935, Amelia Earhart was an international celebrity; gasoline cost 11 cents per gallon; the St.
Mountainfilm has announced that in honor of the 50th anniversary of the
Climate change and domestic energy production promise to lead this year’s political dialogue as two issues that are deeply imbedded in America’s consciousness and legislative agenda.
A federal appropriations bill released Jan. 13 allocates about $30 billion for agencies that manage our public lands, representing a welcome change from crisis-to-crisis budgeting in Washington.
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