Terry Anderson, Brian Seasholes, Tate Watkins, Holly Fretwell, Hannah Downey, Kristen Byrne, Reed Watson
It’s time to get serious—and seriously creative—about how we protect federal lands.
It is time to return to the BLM motto—“land of many uses”—not land of no uses.
By insisting that federal lands are free, we simply pad the pockets of big business.
If tribes are going to get more say in protecting sacred sites, like Bears Ears, they will have to have a greater role than consultation.
Companies, like Patagonia, selling outdoor gear lobby endlessly for more federal wilderness—subsidized by the taxpayer.
Terry Anderson, Hannah Downey, Holly Fretwell, Robert Nelson, Shawn Regan, Reed Watson, Michael Giberson
Eight policy ideas to deliver environmental and economic improvements for the lands, waters, and other resources under the control of the Department of the Interior.
The U.S. Forest Service targets cooperative landowner in Montana.
Land managers should pursue negotiation instead of litigation when settling access disputes.
We should do more than celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. We should ask serious questions about how to improve our national parks.