Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate
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
WildEarth Guardians sues Wildlife Services for its failure to look at environmental impact of its killing program since mid-1990s
Rare birds spared from development
Trump Administration Ignored Science, Climate Change Impacts when Refusing Protections
Request includes Christmas trees, personal and ceremonial products, hazard trees, and other projects that won’t harm owl and benefit communities
Asks Agency to work together on a solution that benefits our forests, New Mexicans and the Mexican spotted owl
Agency continues to misinterpret court injunction in order to create ill will towards conservationists and endangered species