By Michael Brune on December 20, 2011
Borrowing a tactic from the Occupy movement, citizens had to get creative at a recent BLM meeting to gather public comments on a proposed strip mine near Bryce Canyon National Park because public comments were not being heard.
By Michael Brune on September 30, 2011
Woody Guthrie put it best when he sang, “This land is your land.” Until, that is, someone steals it from you.
By Michael Brune on March 23, 2011
It’s a famous photo. It was during this three-night camping trip in Yosemite that Muir persuaded Roosevelt that his beloved Yosemite should be a national park.
By Timothy Hurst on March 22, 2010
Multiple agencies with diverse missions and overlapping interests mean management of public lands in the U.S. can get pretty confusing. But at their very root, public lands all have at least one thing in common: they are all public.