Our wilderness is under an unprecedented attack from Trump and anti-conservationists in Congress. Help us fight back.
Toxic bill that would effectively block new protections of national monument lands was supported by some House members with monuments in their home districts.
A proposed lease sale nibbles away at the canyonlands and archaeologically rich sites surrounding Utah's Bears Ears National Monument.
The move poses a grave threat to the Arctic Refuge after more than 40 years of bipartisan support for protections.
It seems as though Rep. Rob Bishop and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke are locked in a contest to see who can author the most radical proposal to sell out our public lands to development.
In 2017, National Public Lands Day (Sept. 30) comes as many bedrock notions about public lands have been shaken to the core--or even forgotten entirely by some of the country's leaders.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has suggested that his recent recommendations to slash protections for national monument lands would give
We finally have a list of some of the places where the Trump administration will move to roll back protections under its "review" of wildlands and cultural sites protected by the Antiquities Act.
The Wilderness Society joined with other stakeholders on September 14 to file a petition requesting the Interior Department and Bureau of Land Management update how they manage oil and gas leasing on public lands.
Congress has passed a bill to open the Refuge, but this fight is not over. Take our pledge to stand in unity with the refuge.