With federal moves to drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the Arctic Ocean, and a plan to build a road through Izembek National Wildlife Refuge’s designated wilderness, Alaska has become ground zero in the Trump administration’s efforts
Black History Month is a time to remember and honor the many groups and individuals who contributed to the success and achievements of this country as well as to advancement for African Americans as a people.
The Department of the Interior is reportedly trying to allow development on huge swaths of land in the California desert, undercutting a key rule from the Obama administration that protected the most sensitive areas.
The state of Alaska has officially asked the Trump administration to exempt the Tongass National Forest from the Roadless Rule, which could set a precedent of forest-by-forest or state-by-state exemptions that effectively dismantles the standard.
The Outdoor Retailer Show has spent most of its 36-year history in Salt Lake City, but the 2018 edition, which opens this week, is in Denver instead. Why? In short, because Utah's leaders didn't seem to think much of, well, the outdoors—and Colorado's do.
A group of senators, led by Sen. Tom Udall, endorsed a legal petition filed by a range of companies and organizations including The Wilderness Society via the Administrative Procedure Act that would direct Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to develop rules prohibiting the sale or transfer of public lands.