New Mexico rewards landowners who conserve elk habitat in the public interest.
An analysis of how uncertain property rights – exogenously generated by railroad land grants – stymied irrigation investment and economic development on the Western frontier.
If rights can only be established once a resource is used, then the institutions that govern natural resources will be unable to resolve conflicting use and non-use demands.
How restoring the Endangered Species Act’s two-step process can prevent extinction and promote recovery.
Eastern states demonstrate innovative state land policies that provide lessons for federal land management.
Federal land management is more likely to produce acrimony and lawsuits than cooperation. It doesn’t have to be that way.
A new initiative in Georgia shows a better way to do conservation.
The U.S. Supreme Court hops into dusky gopher frog case.
Trump’s reduction of national monuments is a stopgap, not a solution.
What happens when conservation lives and dies by unconstrained executive power.