WWP and Our Allies Win One for Native Wildlife in Wyoming
Photo: Erik Molvar May 25, 2023 Today, Western Watersheds Project and our allies won our case on livestock grazing and livestock-related grizzly bear killings in
WWP Defends Path of the Pronghorn, Scientists Expose the Industry’s Lies
May 23, 2013 Western Watersheds Project has long been a leader in trying to protect the Path of the Pronghorn migration — the longest land
A Big Win for Sage Grouse in Idaho Phosphate Mining Suit
February 2, 2023 Photo by Erik Molvar Western Watersheds Project and our co-plaintiffs, Center for Biological Diversity and WildEarth Guardians, have just notched a major
Two wins to start out the New Year!
View of the Salt River Wilderness, Arizona. Photo C. Tuell/WWP Western Watersheds Project consistently wins across the West, and today we have victories to report
WWP and allies intervene in court to defend Bears Ears, Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monuments
Cliff dwelling in Butler Wash, Bears Ears National Monument, Photo E. Molvar Today, Western Watersheds Project is heading to court once again to defend the
Big win for sage grouse and other wildlife in the eastern Sierra Nevada!
Dunderberg allotment, Photo L. Cunningham/WWP We’re thrilled to announce that our advocacy paid off on 33,000 acres of scenic and biodiverse public lands in the
A Win for Nevada Wilderness!
Photo: Tatiana Gettleman, USGS (Fiickr) Western Watersheds Project and our allies at Wilderness Watch have successfully convinced the Bureau of Land Management to drop vegetation
Protecting grizzlies from grazing in Paradise Valley, Montana
Photo: Paradise Valley/ Erik Molvar Q: What do you get when you cross prime grizzly habitat with a decision to expand livestock grazing on six
New settlement puts San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area on a path to protection from livestock!
Photo: San Pedro River, WWP In April 2020, we sued the Bureau of Land Management (“Bureau”) over its land management plan that authorized livestock grazing
WWP wins another victory for Idaho carnivores!
June 30, 2022 We have a new victory to report in our campaign to clamp down on the killing of native wildlife on behalf of
Take Action! Be an Oregon beaver booster! Due June 13, 2022
Photo by Unsplash Dear Oregon WWP Supporters, We ask that you take a few minutes today, June 13th, to contact the Oregon Department of Fish
Victory! Bureau of Land Management pulls grazing decision in Idaho’s Owyhee Canyonlands!
Image: Bach’s calicoflower (Downingia bacigalupii)/ photo via Wikicommons June 8, 2022 The Bureau of Land Management has ‘voluntarily’ withdrawn its terrible decision to triple the
Western Watersheds Project helps expose Wildlife Service’s corruption!
Image: Mexican wolf at Sevilleta Wolf Management Facility/ photo USFWS May 24, 2022 The livestock industry is the biggest threat to wolf recovery on the
Another livestock industry legal theory shot down by the courts!
Image: Mexican wolf at Minnesota Zoo May 20, 2022 For almost four years, Western Watersheds Project has been advocating for justice for a Mexican gray
An Earth Day Message, April 22, 2022
Image: Sunrise on the Camas Prairie by Charles Knowles, courtesy of Flickr An Earth Day Message A lot of environmental work is defending the last