Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate
Oil & gas leasing decisions by the BLM would further threaten the endangered aplomado falcon and other struggling wildlife, so two conservation groups are seeking protection of wildlife habitat on 87,000 acres in eastern NM, western OK, and SW Kansas
Enjoining all ground-disturbing work (except for removal of downed timber) in Unit 6 of the Sandoval Ridge area of the Santa Fe Forest
WildEarth Guardians and Santa Fe Forest Watch filed a lawsuit in federal court on January 6th seeking to halt a salvage logging project that would harm sensitive wildlife on the Santa Fe National Forest
The proposed changes would overturn efforts over the past decade to improve rangeland conditions and reduce the impacts of grazing on watersheds, wildlife, and cultural treasures
We are economists, and we are writing to express our concern about federal and state actions that harm the West’s natural environment and, as a result, the economic outlook for this region’s workers, families, firms, and communities.
President Bush’s approval of the deceptively titled ‘Healthy Forests’ legislation will increase logging on pristine backcountry forests far removed from communities at risk of forest fire
Excerpts from the comments on the BLM’s new grazing regulations that were prepared by the staff of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and suppressed by higher management
The purpose of this memorandum is to request comments on the administrative review copy of the Revisions to Grazing Regulations DEIS
In light of their declines and possible extirpation in the region, Colorado Division of Wildlife initiated a recovery effort in 1999 that has, so far, enjoyed significant success.
In a precedent-setting ruling, a federal judge invalidated seven livestock grazing permits across more than 140,000 acres of national forest land in New Mexico and Arizona