What happens when conservation lives and dies by unconstrained executive power.
Matt Anderson, Shawn Regan
It’s time for Congress to act to provide meaningful co-management of Bears Ears to Native Americans.
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.
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.
If Secretary Ryan Zinke thinks Katahdin Woods and Waters warrants national park status, he should insist that it be done with a stipulation.
Hannah Downey, Reed Watson
When it comes to our treasured public lands, we’ve dug ourselves into a financial hole.
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.