Conservationist Jon Marvel loses bid to rancher at a
state-land grazing auction in Idaho Falls.
by Dan Egan,
Apr 17, 1995
Conservationists discover state lands and bid against
ranchers to lease them.
by Ray Ring,
Jul 25, 1994
In Nebraska and its neighboring Plains states, U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service biologists and other employees are again
taking shots right and left from critics.
by Pete Letheby,
Oct 26, 2002
The new Arizona Preserve Initiative allows
conservationists to lease state lands, but only those within a
three-mile radius of major cities.
by Bill Taylor,
May 27, 1996
Rep. Mark Udall, D, is battling a Colorado Department of
Resources moratorium on buying land for wildlife habitat.
by Catherine Lutz,
Dec 20, 1999
Colorado's Amendment 16 would allow state school trust
lands to be managed for values other than money - and some fear
that would mean harm to Colorado school budgets.
by Paul Larmer,
Oct 28, 1996
Residents of Castle Valley, Utah, are working with the
state trust lands agency to find a way to preserve open space while
also raising more money for schools
by Robyn Morrison,
Feb 17, 2003
Peter Lawson and Anne Wilson buy 1,280 acres of Utah state
school-trust land to save Mary Jane Canyon from
by Rosemary Winters,
Sep 15, 2003
Environmentalists sue state land board to institute "truly
competitive bidding" on leases of state-owned land.
Nov 28, 1994