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.
Can protecting elk habitat mitigate conflicts with landowners?
Companies, like Patagonia, selling outdoor gear lobby endlessly for more federal wilderness—subsidized by the taxpayer.
It’s time to make the Antiquities Act a thing of the past.
Ryan Zinke could have a tremendous positive effect on reservation economies.
As the centennial celebration for our national parks comes to an end, not all is right within our parks.
Land managers should pursue negotiation instead of litigation when settling access disputes.
Terry Anderson, Shawn Regan
In most cases, federal policies discourage developers from doing business on Native American reservations, in effect denying tribes the opportunity to benefit from energy projects such as the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Georgia and Florida have taken their long-standing fight over water to the U.S. Supreme Court. Defining clear, enforceable, and transferable water rights could help ensure that water is allocated to productive uses and finally put an end to this water war.