President Trump, his fossil fuel administration, and anti-conservationists in Congress are attacking America’s public lands!
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“This Congress may have set a record for its blizzard of attacks on our bedrock conservation laws – laws that protect clean water, clean air and our natural heritage,” said Jamie Williams, president of The Wilderness Society.
The U.S. Senate is debating its fiscal year 2016 budget resolution, a process that will include amendments affecting important programs that support forests, parks and conservation priorities.
After years of neglect by the federal government, our country’s conservation programs are in serious need of restoration.
In the bipartisan poll, versions of which are sponsored annually by the Colorado College State of the Rockies project, voters in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming and Montana said that n
After years of fiscal neglect by the federal government, our country’s conservation programs are in serious need of restoration.
The president’s budget, sent to Congress on Feb. 2, addresses the damaging “sequester” cuts and restores funding for cash-strapped conservation, natural resources and clean energy programs.
Funding for conservation—which includes national parks, forests and wildlife refuges—makes up barely 1 percent of the federal budget.
Retired generals, veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and U.S.
In a study released July 18, the National Park Service (NPS) announced that its network of parks and other public lands
The fiscal year 2015 Interior and Environment Appropriations bill contains more than 30 anti-conservation policy provisions, undercutting current funding levels despite modest incre