President Trump, his fossil fuel administration, and anti-conservationists in Congress are attacking America’s public lands!
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In southeast Oregon’s Owyhee Canyonlands, greater sage-grouse and bighorn sheep roam a remote landscape of red-rock canyons and untamed rivers.
Climate change is devastating wild lands and the wildlife that thrives inside them, according to findings of a government study.
On the heels of President Obama’s historic recommendation last January to preserve nearly all of Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as wilderness, a record number of U.S.
A 2014 report determined that up to one-quarter of the total land area of national parks is vulnerable to the effects of plan
These are your public lands, so be sure to make the most of them year-round.
Congress is working on a deal to fund our government for the coming year, but this fundamental congressional obligation may be hijacked by anti-conservation interests.
An international agreement on climate change is expected before the end of the UN Conference on Climate Change (COP21) in Paris this Dec.
Head south from Yellowstone’s geysers and the Tetons’ snow-capped peaks and you’ll find an entirely different—but equally spectacular—scenic experience in southwest Wyoming’s high desert.
The Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan (DRECP) was initiated to find appropriate places for development—and just as important—those that are not.
Trump is already checking off the oil and gas industry's wish list and now his anti-conservation partners in Congress are following in kind. Stand up to them!