A powerful Republican chairman in the House of Representatives just shared with his constituents his desire to begin selling our national parks. Rep. Cliff Stearns of Florida was caught on video in a local town meeting. Here is what he said:
It seems as though all I have been thinking about these days is how much our wild places are under attack. Yet, while anti-wilderness members of Congress are bent on undermining conservation, there are still great efforts going on from wilderness heroes on the ground, and I wanted to share
On February 16, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously decided to deny the State of Wyoming’s final effort to convince the court to reconsider its historic October 21, 2011 ruling that upheld the legality of the Roadless Area Conservation Rule. The Wilderness Society, re
In a few short weeks the Department of Interior will close their comment period on an updated plan for solar development on public lands in the six southwestern states of Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah.
What do these co-stars of the comedy “Hot In Cleveland” have in common besides being two of the funniest women on television? Well, it turns out they both grew up loving the outdoors, and now they’ve joined forces with The Wilderness Society to protect our wild places.