Zinke: American Voices Don’t Count

In the wake of the announcement from President Trump’s Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke, that he intends to “review” more than two dozen American National Monuments protected since 1996, people are understandably upset. After all, President Trump described the designation of these National Monuments as “abuses,” signaling […]

Zinke Releases National Monument Hit List

President Trump’s Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke, today released his list of National Monuments he intends to dismantle. On the chopping block, more than 11 million acres of public lands in the American West.  These lands include the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, Canyons of the […]

10 Foot Fireballs – Welcome to the Neighborhood

The City of Farmington, New Mexico just announced a new neighbor – ten foot fracking flares downtown. City officials urged residents not to worry, and that “these operations don’t typically cause any problems,” but especially considering the proximity of the basketball-hoop high flames to two nearby schools, residents have conveyed some serious cause […]

Navajo Nation Hosts Fracking Hearing

This Monday, May 8, the Navajo Nation Council is hosting the first of hopefully many public forums on the impacts of fracking in the Greater Chaco region.  The forum will take place at the Counselor Chapter House. The forum comes on the heels of mounting support for protecting […]

Recap of The Peoples Climate March

On Saturday, WildEarth Guardians in Denver joined our brothers and sisters in D.C. and throughout the world in the Peoples Climate March.  It was a truly inspiring act of resistance to the climate deception being advanced by President Trump and his cronies. In D.C, thousands began marching from the […]