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.
Responsible hunting can help ensure exotic species are protected from poaching and corruption.
Part II: Policy Challenges to Conservation
Hannah Downey, Holly Fretwell
The question of how to manage wildfires is a hot one as fire can be both constructive and destructive.
Privately owned farms, ranches, and forests, collectively known as working lands, are the cornerstones on which our nation was built.
Hannah Downey, Megan Hansen
Instead of punishing private landowners, we should do more to incentivize voluntary conservation of endangered species and their habitats.
Kristen Byrne, Hannah Downey
Allowing non-ranching groups to hold grazing permits could give a fair shake to ranchers, environmentalists, and recreationists alike when it comes to our public lands.
Hannah Downey, Reed Watson
When it comes to our treasured public lands, we’ve dug ourselves into a financial hole.
Markets are great at solving the problems of allocating resources for useful things like bread, cars, and iPhones. But what about lionfish?