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More than 50 short-sighted bills have been introduced in state legislatures to take away your public lands.
Moose in Denali National Park. Photo credit: Chip Weiskotten/WCS. For example, through the work of the NPS in Channel Islands
A search continued Thursday for the animal, believed to have been a grizzly.
This accessibility - even for the novice - was new to me but it is a large factor in what draws visitors of all ski levels
Eli is off to a great start spreading the word about the importance of protecting the great outdoors, but he has taken time to learn from some of his predecessors in the conservation field.
The U.S. Forest Service reports that "strategically placed trees save up to 56 percent on annual air-conditioning costs," while
"The time has come for Congress to change the way it funds the Forest Service."
Unless the federal plans are improved, the Fish and Wildlife Service may have little choice but to propose sage-grouse for listing under the Endangered Species Act.
Environmental groups announced Thursday that they were appealing the Big Thorne timber sale, the U.S. Forest Service's biggest Tongass National Forest sale in years. The agency said it was disappointed that the sale it had spent years preparing was again being challenged.
U.S. pellet exports nearly doubled last year to 3.2 million short tons and headed mostly to Europe, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. European nations, particularly the UK, are using wood pellets to replace coal for electricity generation and heating.
It seems the adverse public reaction to these restrictions has made an impact. On Thursday, the agency said that it had heard
Yet some environmentalists and scientists like Logan and Macfarlane believe the grizzly bears are still in peril, because
This beautiful bird is one of the species that will always require active conservation efforts. Cowbird trapping must continue
When we blew out the candles on our Tongass birthday cake this year, we made a very specific wish -- that the Forest Service finally make good on its promise to stop devastating large-scale industrial logging, transition away from old-growth logging, and protect America's rainforest for the future.