Critical habitat designations can penalize landowners for conserving habitat features, thereby disincentivizing habitat maintenance and restoration.
The century-old agreement between the city and the national park over the use of Hetch Hetchy Reservoir demands an update.
PERC weighs in on a proposal that can help make imperiled species and their habitat less of a liability for landowners.
When budgets get tight, park funding usually gets squeezed. Park users can provide relief.
PERC weighs in on the listing status of the grizzly bear, specifically addressing the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem population.
Empowering local land managers to spend the revenues they have generated on their greatest needs can help provide the resources to care for our shared lands properly.
The Endangered Species Act is a popular and important law. It isn’t surprising that changes to its implementation evoke strong feelings and rhetoric.
There’s no need to pit property owners against imperiled species.
Surveys administered to landowners as part of research on conserving migration corridors.
A new study explores how pollination markets saved the bees.