The Wilderness Society strongly opposes H.R.
June 22 marks 100 days until one of the nation’s most important conservation programs, the Land and Water Conservation Fund, expires–unless Congess does the right thing and reauthorizes the fund.
On June 16 and 18, House and Senate committees are set to consider appropriations bills to fund the Interior Department for the coming year.
The Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management released reports summarizing 20 years of monitoring data in Pacific Northwest forests and presented the results at a meeting in Vancouver, Wash., yesterday.
[ House Funding Bill Delivers a Mixed Bag for Conservation: Stronger than previous years but still undercuts conservation and climate needs ]
The draft House Interior and Environment Appropriations bill released today is a clear improvement from previous years, but it still misses the mark on several key conservation, climate, and public lands needs and is laden with numerous policy provisions or “riders” that have no plac
The Public Lands Renewable Energy Development Act (S. 1407/H.R. 2663) was introduced in the 114th Congress with strong bi-partisan support in both the House and Senate.
This year’s edition of GO Day, which is a joint project undertaken by federal agencies, nonprofit organizations and the outdoor recreation industry, focuses on encouraging underserved communities and first-time visitors to enjoy public lands, as well as reconnecting children with the outdo