The Trump Administration is taking unprecedented action to do away with our national monuments - putting tens of millions of acres of public land, YOUR land, at risk.
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Veterans from California, Nevada and Arizona participate in a Wilderness Society writing workshop in the Coronado National Forest in Arizona
Just like our national parks, national monuments and other wildlands, sites that honor veterans rely on Congress for funding so that they can pay for staffing and maintenance.
While the world still has plenty of work to do to create a future supported by clean energy, it can be helpful to remember just how far we’ve come in the past five years.
President Obama used his weekly radio address to call on Congress to reauthorize and fully fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Legislation being considered in the U.S. Senate would undermine important environmental laws and increase unsustainable logging in our national forests--unless you speak out against it.
This Halloween, you need only venture into wilderness to be chilled to the bone. These scary places are inhabited by a wild beauty, and most by a ghost or two as well. Here are some haunted wild places that are sure to raise some wild hairs:
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area (NV) by David Thompson.
The benefits of wilderness and other public lands for modern-day flora and fauna are well-known, but conservation of wild places helps preserve traces of bygone life too,
Three years ago, the Bureau of Land Management designated low-conflict areas for solar energy development on public lands in the Southwest through its Western Solar Plan.
Ever since President Theodore Roosevelt created Florida’s Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge in memorable fashion, national wildlife refuges have been an important tool in the fight against habit
Don't let Trump undo protections for our national monuments. Voice up before July 10!