Managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), National Conservation Lands were established in 2000 to conserve, protect and restore nationally significant lands recognized for their outstanding cultural, ecological and scientific values.
Ruling two days after oral arguments closed, the Arizona District Court in Phoenix has ordered the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to re-examine its decision to allow target shooting throughout Sonoran Desert National Monument.
The Wilderness Society (TWS) applauded Senator Harry Reid and Representative Dina Titus today for convening a public meeting in Las Vegas to spotlight some of southern Nevada’s most treasured landscapes that deserve permanent protection.
The Wilderness Society applauds President Obama’s fiscal year 2016 budget for responsibly addressing the damaging sequester and restoring essential funding to conservation, clean energy and outdoor recreation programs that support our nation’s treasured public lands and address the h
The Wilderness Society strongly opposes H.R. 330, a bill introduced this week that would undermine the ability of presidents to use the Antiquities Act to protect public lands that have significant historic, cultural or conservation value.