PERC testifies before House Natural Resources Subcommittee regarding the challenges facing the Interior Department.
What happens when conservation lives and dies by unconstrained executive power.
It’s time for outdoor recreationists to put their money where their footprints are.
Relying on the government to protect ecologically sensitive areas puts those protection in jeopardy every election.
Matt Anderson, Shawn Regan
It’s time for Congress to act to provide meaningful co-management of Bears Ears to Native Americans.
After an intense, months-long review of national monuments, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke delivered his report with recommendations to President Trump.
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.
There are several ways Congress and the Interior Department could now implement formal co-management on Bears Ears National Monument.
Charging visitors more could help cut crowds and provide funds to trim the National Park Service's maintenance backlog.