After a fierce partisan fight, Congress has reached an agreement on SNAP, forestry, and conservation programs.
Negotiators are one step closer to a bill funding crucial food assistance and agriculture programs.
Under the Bureau of Land Management's plan, close to 700,000 acres of previously protected land would be open to drilling and mining.
A large chunk of the country's forests were harmed in 2015 by wildlife—77 percent due to deer. Bringing back an apex predator could help staunch the bleeding.
An investigation by Pacific Standard and the Guardian revealed the full extent to which Ryan Zinke's Department of the Interior favored industry over conservation.
The storm wiped out nearly a million acres of crops and caused $158 million in agricultural losses.
Aurelia Skipwith is a biologist and lawyer who's been with the Department of the Interior since April of 2017.
With Congress at an impasse, sustainability advocates worry the farm bill could cut funds for conservation and give more to agriculture's biggest polluters.
After securing over $500 million in March to build a border barrier, the Department of Homeland Security has begun laying the foundation for the first miles of Donald Trump's long-promised wall. The blueprint bisects federally protected public lands and dismembers private property that's been passed down for generations.
The Tribal Canoe Journey has become one of the largest Native American gatherings in North America. For one writer, it's also a chance to connect with family.
Scientists have developed an open-source artificial intelligence algorithm for acoustic identification of bat species that could help save them from the threat of wind farms.
This has led to over-hunting and persecution by cattle ranchers becoming even bigger threats to the survival of the big cat.
Regulators warnings that the Sites Reservoir may have to cut its stated water storage goals have thrown the future of the ambitious project into doubt.
The current farm bill expired on Sunday, putting the debate over key USDA programs that protect public health and the environment on hold.
A new study warns that most primates in the second-most primate-rich country in Asia could be wiped out by the end of the century.
Concerned citizens, scientists, and conservation groups have joined forces to protect what stopover spots remain for birds migrating from South America to the Arctic.
The Trump administration is rolling back regulations aimed at preserving vital wetlands, but the state government isn't ready to cede control.
In a new poll, nearly 80 percent of respondents supported companies switching to biodegradable straws.