Featured by Ben Long
Bipartisan Group of Senators Aims to Fully Support the Land and Water Conservation Fund, The White House Proposes Gutting the Fund
The LWCF has been permanently reauthorized, but how much funding will it receive?
Bombs vs. Bighorns at the Desert National Wildlife Refuge
Nevada's DNWR once spanned 2.25-million acres, but the U.S. Department of Defense has continually reduced its size, and is preparing to do it again
President Signs S. 47 Public Lands Package Into Law
President Trump approves bipartisan John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management and Recreation Act, reauthorizing the Land and Water Conservation Fund and protecting public land and water for future generations
Congress Moves to Protect 600 miles of Wild & Scenic Rivers
The Natural Resources Management Act is the "biggest advancement for river protection that we’ve seen in nearly a decade"
Why Wilderness Matters to Hunters and Anglers
A hunter's perspective on the Wilderness debate
Public Lands Package in the Senate Could Revive the Land and Water Conservation Fund
A vote could come this week
How the Government Shutdown is Impacting Public Lands: Rangers, Biologists, and National Parks Staff Members Stay Home
The longer the shutdown continues, the more damage will be done to public lands
Senate Fails to Reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund
One of the nation’s best conservation funding programs was killed in the Senate last night
2018 Farm Bill is a Win for Outdoorsmen, Puts More Dollars into Conservation
Earlier drafts of the bill threatened to slash conservation by $1 billion, but sportsmen groups and conservationists fought back hard
Farm Bill Uncertainty Looms Over Conservation Projects
This week, Zane Zaubi logged another cold December morning in a treestand at a river bottom property he manages near...