A BLM report issued in late 2006 appears to show that less
land is available for energy exploration now than in 2003, but a
closer look shows that appearances are deceiving.
by Michelle Blank,
Feb 05, 2007
Timothy Egan's new book, The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the Fire that Saved America, credits early firefighters for saving the Forest Service.
by Cherie Newman,
Apr 11, 2010
Douglas Brinkley's magisterial The Wilderness Warrior describes how Teddy Roosevelt created the American West we love today.
by Ed Marston,
Jan 14, 2010
John McCain likes to compare himself to Teddy Roosevelt, but his conservation record is closer to that of a less-popular Republican: George W. Bush.
by John Dougherty,
Aug 25, 2008
In Cities in the Wilderness, former
Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt makes an eloquent argument for
more enlightened federal land-use planning
by Gary Wockner,
Jan 23, 2006
In Great Wyoming Bear Stories, Tom Reed
takes a compassionate and entertaining look at the life, lore and
legend of the grizzly bear
by Dan Wilcock,
Jan 24, 2005
The grassroots group Republicans for Environmental
Protection withholds its endorsement from President Bush, citing
his "deliberately anti-environmental, anti-conservation"
by Geordie Romer,
Oct 25, 2004
The writer wishes Theodore Roosevelt could return and give
the Republican party – and the rest of us – a good
talking-to about conservation today
by Andrew Gulliford,
Oct 13, 2003