The public land heist hasn’t gone away. Its tactics have gotten smarter, sneakier, and could spell the end of publicly-owned and managed lands in the U.S.Read More
Our favorite stories about public lands and opportunities for you to get involved in protecting your outdoor experiences.
America’s most visited wilderness, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, is at risk of pollution from copper mining after the administration halts a key environmental review.Read More
This new series explores how our partner groups are working to protect your experiences on public lands and waters, what they think are the biggest threats, and where we go from here.Read More
A state-led effort could weaken the Roadless Rule, which protects backcountry recreation on National Forests. A public comment period is open until October 15.Read More
America’s best conservation program just expired. But we have reason to be hopeful!Read More