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The interior secretary's idea to organize public land by watershed was a great idea when it was first voiced a century and a half ago. But it won't work today.

A plan to bring some 200 bears to Washington's North Cascades was reportedly stopped by the Department of the Interior, jeopardizing the species' recovery.

To close out 2017, the president chipped away at protections meant to keep public lands, waters, and wildlife safe

As governor, Mitt Romney was an environmental champion. Presidential candidate Romney, however, fell in line with the GOP. What kind of Utah senator would he be if he succeeds Orrin Hatch?

The fight over Utah's Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments is just getting started

Two bipartisan bills show how the left and the right can converge on public land policy

Get ready for lawsuits. The five tribal nations that supported the formation of the monument say they will respond with legal action and continued collaboration.

The decision to amend national monuments has roots in pro-energy, anti-conservation politics that has been simmering for 40 years

Conservationists have just a small voice in the Trump Administration. The Democratic Conservation Alliance wants to buy a bigger one.

A new proposal would nearly triple entrance fees to the busiest national parks during peak season

Okay, maybe freak out a little. But here’s why it’s not quite as dire as it sounds.

When Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke's advocates for "traditional uses," what he means is industrialization

We spoke with four lawyers about the four monuments most likely on Zinke’s chopping block

The careers of Reagan cabinet members Anne Gorsuch Burford, who led the EPA, and Interior Secretary James Watt ended in scandal. Though their modern counterparts act similarly, Congress and the White House don't seem to care.

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