Despite having a more friendly administration in the White House, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is still threatened by oil and gas drilling.
These are precedence-setting campaigns. Protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the Boundary Waters and Bears Ears means putting Indigenous rights over fossil fuel development, recreation and wildlife habitat over extraction, and intrinsic value over short-term gain.
Today, the Trump administration announced its plan to hold a lease sale for rights to drill in the Coastal Plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Today, we are announcing our decision to divest all assets from our longtime bank and financial partner, Bank of America, in order to align our investments with our values.
Over the course of the summer, the efforts to stop the proposed Pebble mine slated for the Bristol Bay region of Alaska came to a roar after nearly two decades of vocal opposition from local residents, tribal organizations and conservation groups like Trout Unlimited.
We conducted a poll that suggests 24.6 million self-proclaimed outdoor recreationists still may not vote in the upcoming election.
On Tuesday, August 4, President Trump signed into law the Great American Outdoors Act. His signature ends a decades long battle to save one of the country’s most important conservation programs, the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). Curious what happens next with the LWCF? Join us for a Conservation Alliance webinar with LWCF advocate Lesley Kane-Syznal on…
The Northern Red Desert is the treasured gem of Wyoming’s wild west heritage—a place where sweeping vistas, iconic landforms, big game, cultural sites and diverse wildlife abound.
To push the GAOA over the finish line, we need to ensure that there are no obstacles. There are two things that your representative needs to hear from you in order for this bill to succeed…