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Court Strikes Down Loophole Allowing Road Construction for Coal Mines in Colorado Backcountry

Order finalizes a June decision finding U.S. Forest Service failed to account for climate impacts

Conservationists to Challenge Insufficient Lynx Habitat Protection

Feds Fail to Protect Huge Swaths of Rare Cat's Habitat; Undermine its Recovery

Community Presentations on Gunnison Sage Grouse Conservation Announced

WildEarth Guardians Hosting Talks on Gunnison Sage Grouse and the Endangered Species Act

Rare Lynx Finally Gain Federal Protection Throughout The U.S.

However, Feds Fall Short in Revising Critical Habitat; Challenge Announced

WildEarth Guardians Sues to Protect Jemez Mountains Salamander

Lawsuit Seeks Review of Motorized Travel Management in the One Place in the World Salamander is Found

Lawsuit Launched to Stop Out-of-control Wildlife Killing by Secretive Federal Agency in Idaho

Four conservation organizations today filed a notice of intent to sue the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services program

Guardians Challenges Interior Department Failure to Protect Climate from Coal

Appeal Filed Over Approval of Expanded Mining in Powder River Basin of Wyoming

Pawnee National Grassland to be Spared from Fracking

New Plan Would Take Big Step Forward, but More Progress Needed to Safeguard the Climate and Clean Air

USDA's Controversial Wildlife Services Refuses to Help Endangered Ocelot

Wildlife groups announce plans to sue to protect the rare cat from unlawful snares and traps

Federal Protections Proposed for Imperiled Nassau Grouper

Feds Propose Listing the Species as Threatened Due to Overfishing and Habitat Loss

Utah May Fail First Test of State's Sage Grouse Conservation Plan

Morgan County poised to usher in resort development among Henefer, Pioneer Camp leks

Guardians Calls on Court to Block Public Lands Coal Mining in Northwest Colorado

Secret Mine Approvals Fueling Coal-fired Craig Coal-fired Power Plant, Threatening Clean Air

Conservation Group and Rancher Strike Deal to Protect Greater Gila Lands

Historic, First-ever Voluntary Grazing Permit Retirement on nearly 45 square miles of the Gila National Forest

Water Accountability Sought for Rio Grande

River Needs Sustained Flows to Thrive

Scorecard Grades Feds on Following Their Own Scientists' Recommendations for Protecting Greater Sage Grouse

Lander, Wyo. Final Plan Gets Failing Grade

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