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The study, released in January, researched various pika populations in eight western national parks as a means to understand climate impacts on pikas throughout the nation.
President Roosevelt’s creation of the Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge in Florida enjoys a prominent place in conservation lore, both for the public lands precedent it set and the rather
Today, in a historic announcement, President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau pledged to cut methane emissions from currently producing oil and gas wells.
A stretch of starkly beautiful wildlands in Southeast Utah is at risk due to energy development, looting and vandalism, but with your help, this place could soon be permanently protecte
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that the U.S. Forest Service was right to bar domestic sheep grazing from parts of Idaho’s Payette National Forest in order to forestall the spread of a deadly disease to bighorn sheep.
Did you know that leaking methane gas has resulted in a cloud the size of Delaware hovering over the southwest part of our country?
Hot Springs National Park is a 5,500-acre refuge of craggy mountain slopes draped in oak, hickory and shortleaf pine woodland and a variety of wildflowers like smooth aster and Indian paintbrush.
The Forest Reserve Act of 1891 was signed into law by President Benjamin Harrison after two decades of debate about public land policy and concern about exploitative logging, putting in pla
For the first time since the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska was established in 1923, a company is producing oil in the w