The new leaders will help PERC realize its five-year vision to conserve land, water, and wildlife through incentives, property rights, and partnerships.
PERC and GYC have partnered to implement the first elk occupancy agreement in the northern Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
The proposed repeals are likely to exacerbate conflict and alienate private landowners on whom species recovery depends.
PERC's latest policy brief reviews several different state transferable hunting tag programs and identifies how best to craft a program that promotes wildlife habitat conservation.
By allowing for non-use rights, environmentalists can express their values in the marketplace, rather than relying on political, legal, or administrative processes.
PERC congratulates PERC Senior Fellow Sheila Olmstead on being appointed as a charter member of the Environmental Protection Agency's Science Advisory Board.
PERC announces Jonathan Wood as vice president of law and policy.
PERC's "Recovering Endangered Species" initiative recognized by the Atlas Network.