A new book by Heather Hansen explores the complicated world of wildland-urban interface firefighting as it unfolded in the Cold Springs Fire near Nederland, Colorado
The Secretary of the Interior's idea to support public lands with oil and mining leases isn't just wrongheaded—the numbers don't add up.
Voters have the power to fix the public lands crisis, but first we need get smarter about how we fund open spaces
Ryan Zinke is using parts of an Obama administration–era idea that would've drastically changed the DOI. Now it's causing him trouble.
Yet as much as the boycott’s flaws undermine its likelihood of success, they also suggest a viable roadmap for the outdoor industry's future as a political force
Internal documents suggest Utah and federal officials failed to take into account Native concerns and input as they downsized the national monument
Record low snowfalls have made national news, but it came as no surprise for the characters in the End of Snow, from Day’s Edge Productions.
After nine years and two presidents, it's not big environmental groups with the best shot at defeating the pipeline—it's a bunch of well-organized locals.
A legal complaint says the three leaders are in violation of a 20-year-old law and casts doubt on whether they have any authority at all
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