From the concrete jungle of Washington, DC to the pristine wilderness of Alaska – that’s the journey our new Alaska Representative has made. And she’ll be the first to tell you – it was worth it.
Posts Tagged: national forests
Refuges aren’t the only public lands vital to wildlife — our national forests provide havens for any number of threatened and endangered species. That’s why we have to make sure that the programs that keep national forests healthy for wildlife are kept, not cut.
After years of legal obstacles, the Roadless Rule has been upheld. Defenders’ own Jim Lyons, who helped work to establish it, explains what this victory means for wildlife across the U.S.
The U.S. Forest Service agreed on Monday to let an independent panel of scientists review the list of plants and animals the agency will be responsible for monitoring in the Sierra Nevada national forests.
The Obama administration today proposed a new forest-planning rule that will guide the management of 155 nationals forests and grasslands across the United States.