PERC CEO Brian Yablonski joins Yellowstone Public Radio to discuss PERC’s new Brucellosis Compensation Fund. The fund is the first of its kind in Montana, raising private dollars to offset some of the costs born by ranchers whose livestock contract brucellosis from elk. By helping mitigate the financial risk of disease transfer, the Brucellosis Compensation Fund can increase wildlife tolerance among landowners and aid in the broader goal of conserving elk habitat.
A Conservation Approach Where Everyone WinsTate Watkins, Shawn Regan
Environmental conflicts are often zero-sum political battles, but innovative market approaches can bridge ideological divides.
Restricting Trophy Imports Will Undermine African Elephant ConservationCatherine E. Semcer
A public comment submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in opposition to the proposed revision to the section 4(d) rule for the African elephant.
Biden’s Elephant Protection Efforts Are Likely to BackfireCatherine E. Semcer
More laws and more science will not pay rangers’ salaries or fund the management of national parks the way elephant hunting currently does.
Colorado Needs More Prescribed Fire on Private LandsJonathan Wood, Morgan Varner
Colorado has a significant opportunity to build on its early leadership, recognizing the positive role private landowners can play in mitigating the wildfire crisis.
Unpacking the Endangered Species ActJonathan Wood
Jonathan Wood joins Tiffany Lashmet of "Ag Law in the Field," a podcast from Texas A&M University, to discuss the Endangered Species Act.
Conservatives Can Lead on Conservation and Climate SolutionsBrian Yablonski, Drew Bond, Jeff Kupfer, Benji Backer
Supporting policies that leverage incentives and partnerships to protect our natural heritage should be a big part of our strategy to address environmental challenges.