Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate
Gila Wilderness turns 100 in June
The commercial exploitation of dwindling old growth trees and forests on federal land must stop
“The Gila Wilderness holds a special place in my heart,” said Senator Hemphill.
Conservation groups urge Forest Service to share plans and environmental impacts of proposed Sheep Creek Mine
Project would impact threatened bull trout and whitebark pine
The Bureau of Land Management must seriously consider closing these lands to new leasing to protect sensitive resources and local communities
Environmental groups welcome needed action on old-growth and urge future action on mature forests
"Yellowstone grizzlies need more habitat to recover, not less," said Guardians' Adam Rissien
The region is home to important populations of the threatened Mojave desert tortoise and other at-risk plants and animals.
Near constant illegal presence of livestock in endangered species habitat threatens protected watersheds