Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate
Rio Grande Shiner Threatened by River Mismanagement
Game Commission Disregards Perils to Endangered Wolves, Pets
Public lands grazing is responsible for destruction of wildlife habitat, streams, and the increase in invasive weeds across the West.
Dry Conditions Mean Less Water for Rivers Come Spring
Green Groups Argue Embattled Colorado River Needs A Reprieve
Lawsuit Targets Nearly 2 Million Acres of Oil and Gas Leasing in Five Western States
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.
WildEarth Guardians Applauds New Safeguards, But Caution More Aggressive Action for Clean Air Needed
15,000 Acres of New Mexico’s Greater Chaco and Greater Carlsbad landscapes on the Auction Block in February