Idaho issued only a single bear tag, but conservationists are still concerned about the consequences of picking off just one bear in a state that has played an outsize role in grizzly management
The conservative Utah Congressman wants to fully fund our national parks and our public lands. Huh?
Irreparable Harm, from Wild Confluence films, investigates the impact of a local mine on a community's natural food sources.
The Pacific Northwest’s Southern Resident killer whales are dying. And it's our fault.
Pioneers, the government, even John Muir helped kick out Native Americans from their homes on national parks. But in Yosemite, the Miwuk Tribe is getting its village back.
As the U.S. battles over the fate of public lands, the Chilean government and Kristine Tompkins are doing something extraordinary down in Patagonia—setting aside millions of acres for stunning new national parks. And they aren't done yet.
‘120 Seconds to Change the World’ features Director of the Okapi Conservation Project, Rosmarie Ruf.
As Wyoming prepares for the first grizzly hunt in the lower 48 in decades, at least two protesters won tags they say they won't use. Will their strategy work?
Despite promises from the president and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, the BLM wants to open up hundreds of thousands of acres in Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears national monuments for companies to drill and mine
Green beer isn’t just for Saint Patrick’s day. The craft-beer industry is growing with the planet in mind.
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