Park Service Shirking Wilderness, Wildlife, and Conservation Responsibilities
While working at BLM and NPS, Ed witnessed widespread agency indifference to the violence against land management ...
Environmental scientist Barry Sulkin begins to study the impact of recreational ATV activity on the rivers and ...
USAF Helicopter Crash on Race’s Eve Closed Basin & Range Monument Course Leg
Reviews Rigged to Preclude Challenge to Last Minute Approval of Off-Road Race
BLM Rigs Reviews to Route Vegas-Reno Race through Basin & Range Monument
The Center for Biological Diversity, PEER and Inyo County today settled a lawsuit on the so-called “Adventure ...
Ill-conceived Plan Would Turn Owens Valley Into Noisy, Polluted ORV Playground
Court Rules to Restrict Motorized Off-Road Vehicles
Compromise Reopens Some Trails, Closes Some and Requires Restoration for Others
BLM to Open 49,300 Acres of Algodones Dunes Plan to Off-Road Vehicles
Forest Service Must Minimize Environmental Damage by Unauthorized Travel
Forest Could Lose New Protections From Off-Road Vehicle Damage
Federal Court Upholds Closure of the Tellico ORV Area to Protect Brook Trout
More than a dozen of our countrys most seasoned law enforcement and resource management specialists from every ...
Lawsuit Filed Challenging Plan to Allow ORVs on Inyo County Roads
Independence, Calif. — The Center for ...
Suit to Block Park Service Plan to Carve a 130-Mile Network of ORV Trails
Park Service Scheme to Strip 40,000 Preserve Acres of Wilderness Eligibility Bared
Henry Coe and Red Rock Canyon State Parks Targeted in Financial Crisis Gambit
No Field Damage Monitoring as Refuge Fired Volunteers for Expressing Concerns
Proposed Trail Network Poses Threat to Florida Panther and Other Protected Species
Court Orders Redo of Federal ORV Plan for Millions of Acres in California's West Mojave Desert
San Francisco — A ...
Problem-Plagued Vegas-to-Reno Race Marked by Inability to Enforce Permit Rules
Status of Million of Acres at Stake; Wide Variation in Emerging ORV Forest Plans
Recreation Planner Resigns in Frustration After “Body Part” Incident in Ghost Town
Clean Water Victory at Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area
Legal Opinion May Open New Support Base for Floundering State Parks
Conservationists Applaud U.S. Forest Service Action to Restore Water Quality
BLM Told to Redesign Bush-Era ORV Plan for Mojave Desert Federal Lands
State ORV Park Violating California Water Quality Law
Tracy — Despite budget cuts that threaten other State ...
Creek Ruined by Off-Road Abuse in Carnegie Recreation Area
ORV Access for Hunter Removals of Carcasses Dealt Setback with Ruling
Reward Offered for OHV Vandals Who Trashed Meadow
Sacramento — Conservationists are offering a reward for ...
Funds Earmarked for Off-Road Recreation Which Generates Only 1/6th of Revenue
Groups Protest ORV Penetration into Habitat and Across Archaeological Sites
Iconic Off-Road Trail Has Lost Its Way
Lame Duck Rule Opens Park Backcountry and Proposed Wilderness to Bike Trails
Hikers, Campers, Anglers and Other Forest Visitors Worry That New Forest Service Proposal Would Lead to More ...
Bush Sporting Council Identifies Administration Policies as Highest Hunting Hurdles
U.S. Senate Hearing Grasping for Solutions to Rising Toll of ORVs on Public Lands
Section of Sonoran Desert National Monument Off-Limits to ORVs for Two-Years
Rangers Want Agencies to Help Hunting & Fishing by Ending Reckless Off-Roading
Deputy Sheriff Testimony Blocked as Anxiety Rises in Off-Roading Groups
Rangers to Testify Situation Out-of-Control as Anniversary of Utah Riot Nears
Contact: Ileene Anderson, Center for Biological Diversity, (323) 654-5943
Karen Schambach, Public Employees for ...
California Desert Wilderness Protected from Ravages of Off-Road Vehicles
Conservationists encouraged by USFS first steps to restore water quality in Tellico ORV area
In First-Ever Survey Southwest Rangers Call for Tougher Penalties
Sonoran Desert National Monument Overwhelmed by Off-Road Traffic and Impacts
Request directed at Secretary Kempthorne for the Bureau of Land Management's proposed off-road vehicle travel plans
Unique Oasis in Death Valley National Park Saved
Conservation Groups Warn State to Tread Lightly in State Parks
Ranger Ordered to Ignore Emergency in “Near Riot” at Utah’s Little Sahara
Off-Road Crime Outstripping All Other Violations Combined on Public Lands
“Rangers for Responsible Recreation” Launched to Combat “Wreck-reation”
Sportsmen, conservationists join to protect prized trout habitat in NC and TN
Park Service Should Not Have Opened More Routes to Off-Road Vehicles in Big Cypress National Preserve
Irresponsible ORV Use Becoming Major Law Enforcement Challenge
SAN FRANCISCO— The Bush administration today refused to extend the protections of the Endangered Species Act to ...
RENO, Nev.– Yesterday the Bureau of Land Management announced an emergency closure of 3,985 acres of public land ...
Court Enjoins Access until Environmental Reviews Completed
Agency Staff, Rural Residents and Conservation Groups Challenge Off-Road Vehicle Abuse
Court Rejects Bush Administration Bid for Off-Road Lobby
Bush Interior Department Failing To Protect Sand Mountain Blue From Off-Road Vehicle Excess
To help recovery, off-road vehicles ordered off 572,000 acres of desert tortoise critical habitat
Local FWS biologists' science-based proposal gutted
BLM's plan to open 86% to off-roading puts rare desert wildlife at risk of extinction
Bush BLM failing to protect Sand Mountain blue from intensive off-road vehicle harm
Bush Administration Working Only With Off-roaders
Biologists' Science-based Approach Recognizes Off-road Threats and BLM Plan Failures
Administration Ignores Law, Recommendations by Staff, Wildlife Agencies, Conservationists and Local Tribe
Twelve Groups, Local Citizens Target BLM Off-road Plan
Industry Loses Anti-environmental Lawsuit
BLM's Plan Would Interfere With Conservation, Wildlife and Air Quality
BLM's Final Plan is Even Worse than Bad Draft; Conservationists Will Sue
BLM's NECO Plan Reduces Conservation, Harms Desert Tortoise, Biodiversity and Wilderness
Imperial County, CA -- The Algodones Dunes, a scenic and active dune system harboring many rare, threatened, and ...
Environmental Monitoring At Dunes Stepped Up Over Holidays
Ranger Runover by Vehicle
ORVs Damaging Public Lands
Protects Rare Species, Wilderness Values & Water Quality
BLM Agrees to Biologically Strategic Actions for Endangered Species Recovery
“Unsafe for Family Recreation”; Officers in “Life Threatening Situations”
Peirsons Milkvetch, Colorado Desert Fringe-Toed Lizard, and Other Rare Desert Species to be Protected
BLM Mismanagement Imperils Desert Tortiose and Twenty-three Other Endangered Species