Conservation groups support ranchers’ innovative approach to reduce conflict with at-risk wildlife
With proactive efforts to restore our forests, we can begin to tackle the wildfire crisis.
Allowing markets to operate on federal land would be a win-win for free markets and for the environment.
The new conservation license is the opportunity for us to collectively invest in the places that make our community so special.
A lack of certainty in water rights inhibits the Navajo Nation’s ability to build infrastructure, cultivate their land, improve water sanitation, and capture revenue from their resource.
The wildfire crisis that drifted over Chicago this week is human-made, but we can fix America’s forests with better and faster forest management.
Federal pollution laws create perverse incentives that subject Americans to more hazardous smoke.
While many of the proposed changes are minor or technical, the biggest substantive change would undermine incentives for states and private landowners to recover species.
Removing barriers to forest restoration will help eliminate the risk of destruction and benefit the endangered species that live in those ecosystems.
As long as government policies continue to fan the flames of extreme wildfires, we’ll suffer the consequences.