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Local opposition to Alaska’s Pebble Mine grows as the project reaches the next milestone
More than 60 percent of Alaskans oppose the proposal, which would develop an area known for the largest sockeye salmon run in the world.
Many national parks remain open during the pandemic. The man in charge explains why.
COVID-19 is putting our system of public land management to the test.
National monuments help local economies
A new economic analysis finds they don’t hurt jobs in the mining industry, and they boost tourism to boot.
Motorized bikes are set to hit national forests
Tahoe National Forest has quietly moved to allow pedal-assisted e-bikes to be used on 130 miles of trails, but a local lawsuit might stop the rule change in its tracks.