Can one of the West's most conservative, anti-federal lands lawmakers broker a mega-wilderness deal in the Beehive state?
by Greg Hanscom,
Jul 29, 2013
There are hints of progress in the long-lasting stalemate over some of Utah's -- and the world's -- most spectacular landscapes.
by Paul Larmer,
Jul 22, 2013
Energy and mining companies are paying the salaries of
workers at Bureau of Land Management offices around the
by Tony Barboza,
Aug 08, 2005
As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Wilderness
Act, it’s time we got back to a realistic attitude about
proposed wilderness, saving actual places, no matter how small they
are, instead of holding out for mega-proposals
by Matt Jenkins,
Aug 30, 2004
Utah will still be fighting over wilderness 20 years from now.
by Jim Stiles,
Jul 29, 2010
Brand-new resource management plans from Utah’s BLM welcome ATVs and energy development onto some of the state’s most fragile land.
by Emily Steinmetz,
Oct 13, 2008
Scott Groene of the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance
disagrees with a recent High Country News essay about the best way
to protect our remaining wilderness
by Scott Groene,
Sep 27, 2004
Utah Gov. Olene Walker announces county-by-county
discussions planned to break the impasse in the state’s long
fight over wilderness
by Dan Wilcock,
Jun 21, 2004