Senate passes public lands legislation protecting over 270,000 acres along 82 rivers
Washington, DC -- The second largest Wild and Scenic package in history passed the Senate today, safeguarding over 1,000 miles of rivers in Oregon, Idaho, Arizona, Wyoming, Utah, Vermont, and Massachusetts. S.
State Greenhouse Gas Plans, Such as New Jersey’s, Suffer from Same Pitfalls
Washington, DC — A major tool touted by the Bush administration to reduce greenhouse gases does not work as advertized, according to a new audit by the Inspector General of the U.S. Environmental Protection
Hunters and anglers urge continued focus on measures beneficial to fish and wildlife populations, sporting opportunities as bill moves to House
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Senate today voted its final approval of S. 22, the Omnibus Public Land Management Act, a package of more than 150 public