For 18 years, Westerners have been arguing about BLM’s wilderness-worthy land; now, the Obama administration has stepped in.
by Matt Jenkins,
May 17, 2011
Congress needs to fulfill its promise to fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
by Jamie Williams,
Jul 21, 2010
Even Republican sponsors can't seem to break their party's determined stonewalling on wilderness bills in the House of Representatives.
by Danielle Venton,
Mar 04, 2012
Sixteen Westerners are among the 50 richest members of Congress today.
by Sarah Gilman,
Oct 06, 2009
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, a twelfth-generation Latino-American, works politely and quietly but stubbornly to protect the West’s environment in polarized times.
by Kate Sheppard,
Dec 11, 2011
Stewart and Mo Udall were Western conservation giants. Now
the West looks to their sons to bridge today’s social and
political divides and create a conservation legacy of their
by Florence Williams,
Oct 11, 2004
Former Interior Secretary James Watt still sees himself as
a victim of environmental "selfish interest groups," conveniently
forgetting that he fought against popular conservation laws on
behalf of powerful corporations
by Greg Hanscom,
Mar 01, 2004