A new investigation by the non-partisan watchdog Center for Western Priorities has uncovered wide-ranging ties between anti-government extremist groups and Western legislators.
A report highlighting how Western state taxpayers lose between $490 million and $730 million annually due to low royalty rates for oil and gas extracted from U.S. public lands.
A report finds that seniors are three times more likely to move into Western counties with a higher percentage of protected public lands.
A new report highlights the economic benefits of Montana’s Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument.
Stay up to date on who is leasing your national public lands for oil and gas exploration.
Colorado is in the midst of a fast-paced oil and natural gas boom that has secured the state a spot as one of the top ten oil and gas producers in the nation.
A look at Interior Secretary Sally Jewell’s accomplishments thus far and opportunities for the Interior Department over these final years of the Obama administration.
A report outlining four areas that merit the attention of Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper’s oil and gas task force.
A report showing for the first time how much the U.S. Forest Service spends fighting wildfires in each Western state.
Navajo Generating Station, Salt River Project New Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is promising to “look at everything across the board” when it comes to coal on public lands. Zinke suggested to reporters on Friday that Interior could both jump-start coal leasing and increase royalties for taxpayers. The catch, of course, is that economic fundamentals are moving […]
The federal hiring freeze brings chaos at Montana’s national parks and forests, public lands supporters to rally today at noon in Helena, Montana, and more.