Newly created state offices are promoting outdoor recreation as a major contributor to local economies and the public good, but they need a lot more support to be successful
The organization posted two videos in response to an article I wrote last week. Let's review what its representatives said about me and the story.
On the 30th anniversary of Shark Week, we called up some shark scientists for a no-holds-barred conversation about the impact of the pop culture phenomenon
Keeping an eye on the interior secretary's latest ethical blunders and questionable public lands policies
America's proudest tradition should never be used as an excuse for anti-American politics
A new study polled western voters' views on the interior secretary, Trump's public lands agenda, and downsizing Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante
A new bill would strip the president of designating new monuments in the state—an idea that has already come to fruition in Alaska and Wyoming
It's the most powerful conservation tool in the world—and it needs to be updated
Now that the mines have closed, the small towns of Emery County, Utah, are dreaming up an ambitious plan: A veritable outdoor playground with a new monument and more than half a million acres of designated wilderness. Can this scheme convince other towns to transition from extraction to recreation?
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