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.
On Nov. 4, Bishop struck out at our nation’s most important parks conservation program, the Land and Water Conservation Fund, (LWCF).
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.
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.
Congress has allowed one of our most fundamental, bedrock conservation programs to lapse. Please tell them to reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund.