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 old rules created a perverse incentive not to preserve habitat
Although any change concerning this popular law generates understandable concern, many of these changes will benefit on-the-ground conservation by reducing conflict.
How will these changes affect species conservation?
There’s no need to pit property owners against imperiled species.
The importance of involving private property owners in wildlife migration policies.
Property rights produce the strongest incentives for good environmental stewardship.
Recreationists have the chance to fund a promising future for public lands by looking to themselves rather than Congress for solutions.
Increased visitation represents an opportunity for hikers to put their money where their footprints are and help fund public lands directly.