Trump just took 85% of our Sacred Land. Here’s what we Can Do.

Elephant Journal

Enlightened Society Green Right Livelihood WAYLON: Today Only Antiquities Act Bear's Ears congress environment fracking Grand Staircase-Escalante green illegal land conservation lawsuit Livestock Grazing mining national monuments Native American Land The Wilderness Society trump utahIn one swoop, President Trump downsized Bear’s Ears national monument from 1.35

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Yellowstone National Park Bird Celebration

10,000 Birds

For the love of birds and parks. In the midst of an intensifying battle between protecting public lands and advancing private interests, I want to share a moment of avian celebration at Yellowstone National Park. As the first U.S. There are 258 species documented; half of which nest in the park. This is the bird formerly known as Gray Jay (from 1957 to 2018). Now it’s been returned to its original moniker – the Canada Jay.

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Proof That Hiking Makes You Happier And Healthier

Green (Living) Review

" Hikers battle bug bites, blisters and bruises for the sake of overcoming a challenge and enjoying some quality time with nature. But along with the snow-capped mountain tops and ocean views come an abundance of mental and physical perks. Here''s what hikers can teach the rest of us about leading a happier, healthier life. Forget the caffeine. Those looking for a brainpower boost need not look further than the closest trail.

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The Wildlife Conservation Stamp: An Additional Income Stream for Our National Wildlife Refuges

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Many of these refuges and associated Conservation Areas, which have the potential to protect more than 1 million acres of vital wildlife habitat, have been forged through creative partnerships with sportsmen, conservation groups and private landowners. As a result, animals like the Florida panther and diminishing habitats like the prairie grasslands stand a fighting chance. Disagreements tend to occur, however, when the subject of the Federal Duck Stamp arises.

EARTH DAY’S 40th ANNIVERSARY

Green (Living) Review

Celebration Hatched by Former US Senator by Michael Smith (Veshengro) In 1993 American Heritage magazine called Earth Day "one of the most remarkable happenings in the history of democracy." The person who hatched the idea was Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin. At the time, he was a U.S. The president began his tour in the fall of 1963. Senators Hubert Humphrey, Gene McCarthy, Joe Clark, and I accompanied him on the first leg of the trip.

Dialogues on the Environment: Q&A with Edward Norton

Conservancy Talk

Mark Tercek is the president and CEO of The Nature Conservancy. You can follow Mark on Twitter @MarkTercek and find more of his writing on The Huffington Post. Since joining The Nature Conservancy, and over the course of writing Nature’s Fortune: How Business and Society Thrive by Investing in Nature , I’ve been fortunate to benefit from the perspectives and advice of many leaders of the environmental community.