Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate
Plan to sell federal lands to enable coal plant expansion pulled after Interior appeals board finds problems with BLM’s environmental analysis
Reconstructing Northern Idaho Road Threatens Grizzly Bears, Caribou, Lynx
Trump administration announced today that it will release new plans to slash protections for the dwindling greater sage grouse
37 Conservation Groups Request more time to comment on proposed rule changes
Events to include VIP press conference, citizens rally, and panel discussion to coincide with Trump administration public hearing in Denver * Action expected to draw hundreds, will include visually impactful signs and banners, and diverse voices
New Management Plans Ignore Tribes, Courts and the Public
Public lands grazing is responsible for destruction of wildlife habitat, streams, and the increase in invasive weeds across the West.
Ninety-one conservation, sportsmen, and faith-based groups, representing more than 3.9 million Americans, submitted letter to Interior Secretary David Bernhardt
Ruling throws out the ranchers’ permit on four allotments in eastern Oregon until the Bureau of Land Management does a proper environmental analysis.
Like the Park’s Namesake Glaciers, Species Threatened by Climate Change; Listing Rule Does Nothing to Combat the Root Cause of Imperilment