Sometimes we are given the opportunity to realize that there is wild all around us.
Last week TWS signed onto comments with our environmental partners in support of reconsidering rules around integrating distributed generation onto the grid.
Washington, D.C.—been there done that? Think again. If you haven’t wandered far from the national monuments and Smithsonian museums, you still have loads of off-the beaten-track options to explore.
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Gas prices are still going up. Across the country, there are calls for opening more of our pristine landscapes to drilling. A study by the Associated Press s
For months we have been frustrated at Congress for not moving (or passing for that matter!) any wilderness bills. In fact, as our report Wilderness Under Siege makes clear, there are now at least 13 bills pending in the U.S.
When it comes to budgeting in Congress, the devil is in the details.
And the devilish detail in the big budget proposal on Capitol Hill this week, authored by Representative Paul Ryan, is a proposal to sell off of millions of acres of our public lands.
When the Grand Canyon was named a National Park in 1919, the 44,000 guests who visited there that first year more than likely believed that the surrounding wild lands and waters would get the