Our wilderness is under an unprecedented attack from Trump and anti-conservationists in Congress. Help us fight back.
Head south from Yellowstone’s geysers and the Tetons’ snow-capped peaks and you’ll find an entirely different—but equally spectacular—scenic experience in southwest Wyoming’s high desert.
The Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan (DRECP) was initiated to find appropriate places for development—and just as important—those that are not.
The Colorado Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has failed to prioritize conservation with its final decisions on five land management plans that cover nearly 4 million acres of public lands in Colorado.
On Nov. 4, Bishop struck out at our nation’s most important parks conservation program, the Land and Water Conservation Fund, (LWCF).
Veterans from California, Nevada and Arizona participate in a Wilderness Society writing workshop in the Coronado National Forest in Arizona
Just like our national parks, national monuments and other wildlands, sites that honor veterans rely on Congress for funding so that they can pay for staffing and maintenance.
While the world still has plenty of work to do to create a future supported by clean energy, it can be helpful to remember just how far we’ve come in the past five years.
President Obama used his weekly radio address to call on Congress to reauthorize and fully fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Legislation being considered in the U.S. Senate would undermine important environmental laws and increase unsustainable logging in our national forests--unless you speak out against it.
This Halloween, you need only venture into wilderness to be chilled to the bone. These scary places are inhabited by a wild beauty, and most by a ghost or two as well. Here are some haunted wild places that are sure to raise some wild hairs:
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.