Stories from the Crown

The Crown of the Continent is stitched together by larger-than-life wilderness and the people who live, work and play there.

Read the stories of the people who live in the Crown of the Continent and who are inspired by its wild open spaces.

Gloria's story

Some people are simply born in the wrong place. Gloria Flora was 16 years old when she saw the Rocky Mountains for the first time and realized she was one of them.

  • BLM Planning 2.0 hearing support documents

  • 2015 Audited Financial Statements

  • This report describes how the U.S. government agency that oversees 700 million subsurface acres of oil and gas resources on nearly 250 million acres of public lands is saddled with outdated and unbalanced policies, often contradicting its own mandate to manage the land for multiple uses.

    90 percent of the public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management is open to oil and gas leasing, even in areas with little or no potential for developing these resources, compromising potential for protecting wildlife and recreation, while encouraging speculative leasing.