National Park Employees Break the Silence About Trump’s Hiring Freeze
We spoke to National Park Service and Forest Service employees about the damage—sometimes irreparable—that President Trump’s hiring freeze has caused to their lives.
How More Rain and Booming Forests May Mean Wildfires and Dry Aquifers
A new US Forest Service study explains.
The US Forest Service Is Trying To Bury a Crucial Journal Article
"The Pacific Southwest Research Station says its role is to conduct and publish research, not to evaluate land management policy."
The Road to Nowhere Issue
The Oath Keepers Are Ready for War with the Federal Government
The heavily armed citizen militia joined Oregon gold miners in a land dispute with the federal government that could end in a bloodbath.
Drones Are Grounding Wildfire Fighting Aircraft in California
Airborne fire-fighting is sketchy enough.
No One Wants You to Fish with Drones
Amazon might want drones to deliver that self-help book directly to your door, but outdoorsmen across the country are opting out of the technology when it comes to hunting and fishing.
Colorado's Great Divide: Oil and the Environment
Colorado's Thompson Divide — one of the largest remaining roadless areas in the West — is caught in a bureaucratic stranglehold that pits industry against community and government agency against government agency.
New York City's Trees Saved Eight People From Dying Last Year
Not to mention generally cleaning the air and making us happier.