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
BY BRIAN MAFFLY
If you could float over Utah's Mussentuchit Badlands, you might see them.
Centuries ago, American Indians aligned rocks into patterns as if sending messages to the gods.... Read Original Story
BY JUSTIN HORWATH
New Mexico’s two U.S. senators say they will introduce legislation that would require companies digging for hard-rock minerals on public lands to pay royalties to help cover the... Read Original Story