It’s incredibly important that we actively support hunting and angling not only because they’re a part of Montana’s identity, but because our wild places need the resources.
Amid growing public interest in the future of elk populations in the West, the essential role of ranchers and other landowners must gain recognition.
To reduce the threat of future pandemics we must conserve intact, healthy ecosystems in parts of the world, like sub-Saharan Africa, that are hotspots of emerging wildlife-borne diseases.
Improving incentives for landowners is a more effective way to conserve habitat than imposing burdensome regulatory mandates on them.
The Great American Outdoors Act won’t solve the problem all by itself, but it’s a good first step.
Public land advocates of all stripes need to work together to take care of the lands we already own.
A key ingredient in the standard Covid-19 tests was found in Yellowstone’s hot springs decades ago. Here’s what Yellowstone’s next big discovery could mean for the future of national parks.