Take action for public lands.
 

 

 

 
Saving the Sagebrush Sea: An Imperiled Western Legacy

Nearly 350 plant and animal species depend on sagebrush habitat for their survival.
 


 

Western Public Lands

energy

Sportsmen Release Report on Responsible Energy Development

Date: 
Sun, 08/13/2017

A new report by sportsmen focuses on smart-from-the-start energy development. Image: EcoFlight

DENVER --  A new report released by the Sportsmen for Responsible Energy Development coalition and endorsed by several fishing and hunting businesses urges smart-from-the-start planning, public engagement and consideration of the long-term impacts on fishing and hunting opportunities. The report, Lessons Learned: A Blueprint for Securing our Energy Future While Preserving America’s Sporting Heritage,” features examples of where oil and gas production was well-planned, where it wasn’t and where the potential remains to do things right.

As the Trump administration explores ways to streamline and speed up approval of leases and drilling on public lands, it’s more important than ever to promote responsible energy development and ensure that high-quality opportunities to hunt and fish on public lands are sustained long into the future.

 

BHA report: Balancing sage grouse conservation, energy is possible

Date: 
Sat, 06/07/2014

A new BHA report says greater sage-grouse conservation can be balanced with energy development.

NWF Photo

Sportsmen: DOI mitigation report should advance conservation

Date: 
Sun, 04/13/2014

Photo by David Ellenberger

WASHINGTON -- Better planning and more balanced resource management on federal public lands should be the result of a new strategy issued by the Interior Department, according to a national sportsmen’s coalition.

Western politicians ask Jewell for more balance in energy development

Date: 
Fri, 04/04/2014

SANTA FE, N.M. – A New Mexico state lawmaker is among those in seven Western states calling on the federal government to create more balance between energy development and conservation on public lands. 

Pages