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CONSERVATION GROUPS LOSE FIGHT FOR WILDERNESS AT BIG CYPRESS NATIONAL PRESERVE

From: National Parks Traveler

"The 21-page ruling (attached below) gave total deference to decision-making on the matter by the Park Service, concluding that the arguments put forth…

APPEALS COURT RULES IN BIG CYPRESS SWAMP BUGGY ACCESS CASE

From: Naples Daily News

"Other groups suing over the Addition Lands trails were Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, the Florida Biodiversity Project, Sierra Club, Wilderness…

ENVIROS LOSE FIGHT OVER BIG CYPRESS PRESERVE

From: Courthouse News Service

"Plaintiffs included the National Parks Conservation Association and John Adornato III, one of its directors; the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility;…

PUBLIC LANDS: OFF-ROAD RACE DIDN'T RUN THROUGH NEVADA MONUMENT AFTER ALL

From: Greenwire

""Kind of a weird ending," said Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, who protested the race passing through Basin and…

MOUNTAIN BIKES: A TROJAN HORSE IN THE NATIONAL PARKS

From: Counterpunch

"America is already seeing failures resulting from managements abdication of legal and moral, social and environmental obligations. In Big Bend National Park, for…


News Releases

TRUMP MONUMENT ORDER HEADS IN WRONG DIRECTION

Backlog of Interior Wilderness Reviews to See If More, Not Less, Protection Needed

TRUMP MONUMENT REVOCATIONS WOULD BE MONUMENTAL MESS

Hyper-Partisanship Sidelines Historic Congressional Monument Role

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE SHIRKS WILDERNESS LEGACY

50th Wilderness Act Anniversary Marked by Lip Service Not Leadership

GROUPS PUSH TO FIX FLAWS IN NATIONAL PARK WILDERNESS DIRECTIVE

Fixed Mountain Climbing Anchors, Widened Road Corridors among Problems Cited

NO SEQUESTER FOR JET-SKIING IN NATIONAL PARKS

Hefty Spending to Expand Activities Aggravated by Ranger Furloughs