Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva is reviving a push to designate a large swath of northern Arizona as a national monument.
Grijalva announced Monday that he would introduce legislation to create... Read Original Story
BY ROGER CLARK
Today, some Westerners might call the 1908 presidential proclamation of a Grand Canyon National Monument a "surreptitious land grab." But it all depends on who's doing the grabbing,... Read Original Story
BY ANNE MINARD
Five Four Corners-area tribes have united to propose a 1.9 million–acre Bears Ears National Monument that would be the first truly collaborative land management effort between Native... Read Original Story
BY JIM MIMIAGA
A coalition of environmental groups have forced public land managers to delay a grazing permit decision on Canyons of the Ancients National Monument.
Grand Canyon Trust, Western... Read Original Story
BY EMERY COWAN
On a breezy morning earlier this month, Jason Rosamond and Maya Minkova hopped into a beige SUV with Arizona Senator Jeff Flake and took off down a dirt road in the Kaibab National... Read Original Story
BY CURTIS SPICER
Arizona officials continue to support a federal court battle to allow new uranium mining operations on a million acres surrounding the Grand Canyon.
In 2012, the federal government... Read Original Story
BY JOHN SCHWARTZ
Nature’s script has been disrupted by a series of unusually intense, unusually large fires — a product of many factors that include government firefighting policies, climate change... Read Original Story
BY KRISTEN MOULTON
Most Utahns want a new approach to public lands — one that's balanced and includes both natural areas and energy development — according to an Envision Utah survey.
The results of... Read Original Story