Good news! Yesterday, Western Watersheds Project and WildEarth Guardians, represented by our attorneys at Western Environmental Law Center, filed a stipulated settlement agreement with the U.S.
Photo credit: Flickr/Fidelis Oroszco When the Fish and Wildlife Service announced in 2017 that it planned to remove Endangered Species Act protection from the Yellowstone
WWP sues to protect San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area April 8, 2020 WWP and our allies filed a new lawsuit yesterday challenging the
Phantom Hill wolf/ Photo by Randy Flood March 11, 2020 We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve reached an important new legal agreement with USDA’s Wildlife Services which
HUGE WIN for Sage-grouse! Nearly 1 million acres of sage grouse habitat saved from the oil and gas industry!
View this email in your browser Photo Ken Cole/WWP Score another one for the sage-grouse and the American public! Yesterday, Western Watersheds Project and our
January 31, 2020 At Western Watersheds Project, we are always looking for opportunities to reduce or eliminate the impacts of livestock grazing on public
View this email in your browser Photo of Steens Mountain by BLM December 20, 2019 From the very minute we learned about this last year, Western
November 21, 2019 Yesterday, Western Watersheds Project sued the U.S. Forest Service in Utah for allowing ongoing overgrazing on Monroe Mountain by a handful of non-compliant permittees.
View this email in your browser Photo Courtesy FWS October 16, 2019 Today, with our allies at Advocates for the West, Center for Biological
View this email in your browser The Agua Fria National Monument near Phoenix, Arizona is renowned for its richarcheological history and the extraordinary biodiversity it
September 17, 2019 In a great win for the Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument, Western Watersheds Project, the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA), The Wilderness Society, and
September 6, 2019 Western Watersheds Project and WildEarth Guardians filed a lawsuit yesterday demanding the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service do its job and protect the Sonoran