Easement locations in particular could change the way we plan outdoor activities.
Money Trails aims to shine a light on groups lobbying to privatize public lands in the west.
Vigilance pays off once, but how often are we losing less famous public lands to oil and gas leasing?
A Washington mine owner argues that a mine can be left idle forever.
Read: The feds tried to make an example of a small Washington coal mine. It didn’t work. (The feds tried to make an example of a small Washington coal mine. It didn’t work.) — High Country News – Know the West
“Go well, do well, my children. Cherish sunsets, wild creatures and wild places. Have a love affair with the wonder and beauty of the earth.”
What does it mean to have a lobbyist in control of our public lands?
Nevada has a history of horse-trading land to balance conservation and development. How will the prized desert around Las Vegas be divided?
Has William Perry Pendley tried to sell your favorite public lands?
Too often we take for granted what Roosevelt and generations of conservation-minded leaders have left us: a system of public lands that is unparalleled in all the world; the best-managed fish and wildlife populations of any nation; and the ability for all Americans to hunt and fish, regardless of class or economic status.
Why would a community experiencing many wildlife collisions reject wildlife crossing projects? The voters of Island Sky, Idaho will tell you.