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pronghorn, running, winter range, Pinedale. Photo Credit: Mark-Gocke/USDA

A Win for Wildlife: Protecting America’s Public Lands from Methane Pollution

On Wednesday, 51 Senators—all Democrats plus Republicans Susan Collins, Lindsey Graham, and John McCain—stood up for America’s outdoor heritage and wildlife by preventing the repeal of a Bureau of Land …

Take a Stand for Public Lands

  This is the time of year when I spend my weekends in the National Forest on Oregon’s north coast. I am in search of elk. Come November, Oregon’s western …

biker on mesa

Don’t Let Congress Silence Sportsmen

Public land use is a balancing act. Developing oil and gas resources on public lands requires careful planning and robust conversations. Hunters, anglers, and wildlife enthusiasts depend on public lands …

What’s Good for the Grouse is Good for the Grandeur … and Big Game Hunting

Due to its decreased numbers and status as a warranted species for Endangered Species Act listing, the greater sage grouse is no longer a popular game species. Some Western states do …

flamingo valentine craft

Valentine’s Day Crafts and BP Oil Spill in the Weekly…

Weekly News Roundup – March 15, 2013

Bull Elk by Richard Watson

New Bill Lays Out Responsible Development of Renewable Energy on…

Mining Around a “Grand” American Treasure

The development of uranium mining around the Grand Canyon has been a tug of war between mining companies, local residents and government agencies. While visitors to the Grand Canyon area …

Room to Roam: Protecting Public Lands Near and Far

Last weekend, thousands of volunteers from coast to coast took part in National Public Lands Day. Four signature sites of this year’s celebration were the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC; …

U.S. Government Maps Best Solar Regions

  |   July 7, 2009

The need for alternative energy could redefine the American landscape including how it is mapped and ultimately managed. CNet News: GreenTech reports: “The U.S. Bureau of Land Management, in conjunction …

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