Our nation’s wild places don’t belong to corporations or only the one percent; they belong to all of the American people. Our public lands exist not as a playground for the rich, but for every American, including families, hunters and anglers to enjoy.
Summer has arrived, and there’s no better time of year to celebrate the wild and beautiful places we love. The wild days of summer are perfect for going on a hike, kayaking down a river, or for doing nothing at all – just sitting and
Our National Conservation Lands provide unparalleled opportunities for recreation, cultural and historical enrichment, hunting and fishing, wildlife watching, solitude, adventure and scientific research to all Americans.
A progress report on the Bureau of Land Management's improvements to oil and gas leasing in the West. There have been major strides in protecting sensitive land and streamlining leasing and permitting, but there is still some room for improvement.
A large number of conservation groups filed a formal protest of the Proposed Resource Management Plans (RMP) and Final Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) for the Sonoran Desert National Monument and Lower Sonoran Field Office.
This is a joint public comment written by Defenders of Wildlife (Defenders), Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), National Audubon Society, the Sierra Club, The Wilderness Society and 89 Audubon Chapters and State Offices regarding the U.S.