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'Save the Last Dance'

Wildlife Photography Events to Feature Sage Grouse, Conservation

Climate in Danger as Interior Moves to Sell Coal for Exports in Colorado

Guardians Vows Protest: Interior Department Lease Sale Would Undermine EPA Efforts to Curtail Carbon, Comes Amid Growing Controversy Over Federal Coal Program

Federal Court Decision Upholds Protections for Wildlife, Streams, Quiet Recreation in New Mexico's Santa Fe National Forest

Conservation Groups Successfully Defend Limits on Off-road Vehicle Use

Feds Take Two Steps Forward One Step Back on Mexican Wolf Recovery

Wolves Would Have More Room to Roam; be at Greater Risk of Shooting and Trapping

Federal Coal Exports Costing Public, Fueling Climate Change

In western states, feds ignoring consequences of overseas coal sales

WildEarth Guardians Seeks New Course for the Rio Grande

Lawsuit Targets Inaction by Federal Water Managers

Report Finds U.S. Interior Department's Fossil Fuel Program Costing Climate Billions

On Heels of "Benefits" Report, a New Look at Carbon Reveals Oil, Gas, and Coal Costing American Public Dearly

Conservation Groups Applaud Federal Planning Effort on Gunnison Sage Grouse

Federal Land Protections Long Overdue, Groups Say

WildEarth Guardians Demands Leadership from Interior

Proposes Solutions for a Living Rio Grande

Advocates Say Streams Must Be Protected to Recover Jumping Mouse

Forest Service Failing to Adequately Curtail Livestock Grazing

New Mexico Governor and Republican 2016 Favorite Suggests Privatizing Public Lands

Federal Land Grab Would Close Recreation, Fishing and Hunting Access to over 23 Million Acres in the State.

Bull Trout Harmed by Years of Agency Inaction

Conservation Groups push federal agencies to address impacts to native fish

Settlement Opens Door for Clean Energy at Colorado Coal-fired Power Plant

Tri-State Generation Agrees to Air Pollution Controls at Craig Plant

Grizzly Bears to Benefit From Closing Costly, Anachronistic Federal Sheep Station in Idaho

Agriculture Secretary Vilsack Asked to Follow Through With June Proposal to Close 99-year-old USDA Facility

Amended Nevada-California Forest Plan for Imperiled Grouse Released

New Humboldt-Toyaibe National Forest draft plan a step in the right direction for unique population of sage-grouse

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