Signup for our emails

  

Login



 

Press Release Banner

New Study Shows Feds Slashed Sage Grouse Protections in New Plans

20 million Acres Designated 'Most Important' Receive No Protections

Major Road reclamation Project Approved on Montana Public Lands

With substantial public support, Montana national forest approves 70 miles of road obliteration

Coal on Trial in Montana

Court Hearing over U.S. Interior Department Mining Approvals Friday, July 31 at 10:00 AM in Billings

U.S. Interior Department to Hear From Public Tomorrow about Federal Coal Policy

First "Listening Session" in Washington, DC Wednesday July 29; Expert from WildEarth Guardians Available for Interviews about Federal Coal vs. Climate Objectives

Groups Sue U.S. for Failure to Prosecute Under the Endangered Species Act

Poachers Kill Protected Wildlife, but Get Away Scott Free

WildEarth Guardians Calls on U.S. Interior Secretary to be Honest with Craig, Colorado

Combating Climate Change Means Transitioning Away from Coal

Angelsharks Proposed for Endangered Species Act Listing

Shark Week decision means three species of angelshark are one step closer to legal protections

Montana Approves Restrictions on Trapping to Save Imperiled Lynx

New Regulations in Lynx Habitat Aimed at Protecting Rare Cats

Interior Department Agrees to Address Climate Impacts of Coal Mining

Agency Accepts Federal Court Ruling over Colorado Coal Mine

Wildlife Must Be Protected From Snowmobiles

Court Orders Montana National Forest to consider impacts on big game wildlife and habitat, including wolverine, moose, deer, and elk

Groups file suit to protect Mexican gray wolves

Challenge federal policies that further imperil endangered wild wolves

Guardians Challenges Massive Mining Plans in Western U.S.

Interior Department Proposals Would Open the Door for Billions of Tons of Coal, Carbon Emissions

Conservationists Launch Protests Against Weak Sage Grouse Plans

Feds' Failure to Follow Science May Trigger Endangered Species Act Protections

Wyoming plan the Achilles' heel of federal sage grouse effort

Fossil fuels remain a threat to declining grouse population

Navajo and Environmental Groups Take the Greater Chaco Fracking Fight to BLM's Farmington Office

Bureau of Land Management still approving fracking without plan

All Press Releases