National Park Service had said it would shut out visitors while it assessed impact from off-road driving and damage to vegetation.
Overflowing toilets and accumulating garbage are turning Yosemite and other popular destinations into smelly landfills.
Judges quote Lorax, slam Forest Service in ruling questioning project’s impact and safety.
Coming to a coat near you by 2020.
In a rebuke to the White House, the company says it will donate its savings from last year’s tax cuts to grassroots non-profits.
Wyoming, Idaho would have offered up to 23 bears to hunters.
Wildlife biologist Ben Masters's new short film delves into what's at stake for animals and outdoor lovers.
Hunters will be able to kill a total of 22 bears.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and the president have a plan to tackle the National Park Service's $11.7 billion maintenance shortfall. But it could come at the expense of other public lands.
Hopes to reduce goat population by 90 percent
"It's Jurassic Park," says one local of the California preserve's animal problem.
Made up 2% of GDP, more than mining, oil, and gas
Opponents of the Mountain Valley Pipeline are headed to court to stop it. But with construction slated to begin soon, will that be enough?
The bill is a response to the White House's rollback of protections for Utah public lands.
The DOI's plan to open up more of America's waters for drilling has conservation groups worried, but the government says their concern is misplaced.
Utah representative Rob Bishop got his way on Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante. Now, he has his sights set on a bigger target: taking apart the law that created them.
The Navajo Nation and four other tribes are going to court to restore Bears Ears National Monument's original boundaries. If they fail, it could change American public lands forever.
President Donald Trump is expected to announce plans to shrink Bears Ears. We go over the history of America's most controversial monument.