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A Steal of a Deal: How Ranchers Take Advantage of Public Lands

From: The Revelator

"BLM’s own records reveal that much of the sagebrush West is in severely degraded condition due to excessive commercial livestock grazing,” Kirsten Stade, advocacy…

Letter to the Editor: A Response to Chris Stewart’s and Mike Lee’s Letter on Wild Horses

From: St. George News

"As a Utah constituent located in Utah’s 2nd Congressional District, I will not – nor will I ever – consider Chris Stewart the “wild horse guy.” I would, however,…

Forest Service Chief: Agency Auditing Alaska Region Timber Program

From: KFSK

"The chief of the U.S. Forest Service has responded to the Petersburg borough that the federal agency is conducting an audit of the timber program on national forest land…

The Administration Tried to Muzzle this Scientist on Climate Change. But He Won’t Go Away

From: Washington Post

"Last week, Luber was in Washington to accept one of six Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Awards. The prizes were established in 1979 by Christie Hefner and named…

Yellowstone Connectivity Upgrades Inevitable: Sholly

From: Yellowstone Insider

"In an ideal world, visitors would turn off their cellphones during their Yellowstone National Park visits, preferring to commune with nature and patiently…


News Releases

MASSACHUSETTS NEEDS A PFAS PUBLIC HEALTH ADVISORY FOR GAME

“Forever Chemical” Buildup in Food Chain Affects Game and Fish in Toxic Hotspots

BLM COMMERCIAL GRAZING PROGRAM GOES UNDERGROUND

Agency Stops Posting Performance Data and Hides Basic Programmatic Information

NAVY WON’T SURRENDER HUNTERS POINT PLANS WITHOUT A FIGHT

Lawsuit Seeks Navy Next Steps to Remedy Tetra-Tech Radiation Falsifications

BERNHARDT SURROUNDED BY ILLEGITIMATE ACTING OFFICIALS

Confirmation for Appointee Subverting Senate’s Advice and Consent Power

CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD PERSONNEL CASE SETTLES

Courthouse Steps Agreement Means Thursday MSPB Hearing Is Cancelled