If the government takes the National Butterfly Center for the border wall, it will have to pay just compensation to the private owner.
Conservation easements are an increasingly important tool for protecting the environment.
No matter the intentions behind environmental regulation, it ultimately suffers the same shortcomings that other forms of government regulation do.
Allowing more forest decisions to be governed by property rights rather than bureaucracy could help environmentalists better protect them.
A decade after colony collapse disorder began, pollination entrepreneurs have staved off the beepocalypse.
In Pennsylvania, former enemies—loggers and green activists—could become partners in conservation.
But will the new interior secretary take on the federal-lands bureaucracy?
How a trust approach to managing national monuments could protect land while promoting local input.
The U.S. Forest Service targets cooperative landowner in Montana.