Jake Bullinger

Jake Bullinger

Could Ryan Zinke Lose His Job?

In an administration constantly swirling with controversy, and under a president who cares very little about traditional professionalism, it seems Zinke can do pretty much whatever he wants.

Politicians, Listen Up: Outdoor Rec Brings Big Money

The latest study from the OIA breaks down outdoor spending by congressional district. "These reports show that all districts have something to gain when our federal and local policymakers support our...

When Skiing Collides with Immigration Politics

Angelina Lira never pictured herself as a skier. For years, she and her husband, Mauro, lived a spartan lifestyle in otherwise glitzy Jackson, Wyoming: The two of them worked double shifts at a local...

Congress Just Ignored Trump’s Public-Land Cuts

Public-land advocates received a valuable civics lesson this week: the president can talk all he wants about budget cuts, but it’s Congress that decides where the money goes. Alas, many of President...

The Hunters Expanding Public Land Access

At a time when public land and access to it have become divisive topics, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation exemplifies a localized, consensus-building approach to conservation.

Lisa Murkowski, the #1 Anti-Public Land Lawmaker

While other lawmakers have gotten more attention for public land policies—Murkowski's Senate colleague Orrin Hatch, for instance, orchestrated the reduction of two Utah national monuments—Murkowski...

Ryan Zinke's Watershed Plan Is 140 Years Too Late

Ryan Zinke has a fondness for military men. (Have you heard he admires Teddy Roosevelt? Did you know he was a Navy SEAL?) The latest object of the interior secretary's affection is John Wesley Powell.

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