California activists turn to the cannabis industry to help launch the nation’s first public bank in nearly a century.
Interior Department clears former Yosemite superintendent of discrimination — and reports evidence for sexual harassment at Yellowstone.
A look at how the department has changed its relationships with tribes, and at legal battles on the horizon.
A major federal court decision acknowledges that tribes have priority rights to groundwater — and could limit how much other users can take.
Dangerous drug cartels are growing pot on public lands—putting wildlife, water supplies, and outdoor enthusiasts at grave risk.
What ongoing legal battles tell us about protections for religious freedoms and government consultation with tribes.
Churches in the West are once again at the forefront of a grassroots effort to save immigrants from deportation.