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The West has an affordable housing crisis. Can public land help?

The West has an affordable housing crisis. Can public land help?

From Senator Mike Lee of Utah to Nevada Governor Joe Lombardo, Western politicians are calling on the federal ...
President Biden is less than 100,000 acres away from setting a conservation record

President Biden is less than 100,000 acres away from setting a conservation record

Why the Russian uranium ban won’t —and shouldn’t —lead to more uranium mining in the U.S.

Why the Russian uranium ban won’t —and shouldn’t —lead to more uranium mining in the U.S.

Statement on Biden administration plan to stop future coal leasing in Powder River Basin

Statement on Biden administration plan to stop future coal leasing in Powder River Basin

Drilling-related spills up in Wyoming, down in New Mexico and Colorado in 2023

Drilling-related spills up in Wyoming, down in New Mexico and Colorado in 2023

2024 State Legislative Debrief: Idaho

2024 State Legislative Debrief: Idaho

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National public lands—from the stunning red cliffs of Utah’s national parks and monuments to the soaring peaks of Montana’s national forests—are part of our identity as Westerners and Americans. The future of the West depends on a thoughtful balance of uses: access for outdoor recreation, common sense energy development, and protection for the region’s most remarkable places.