- Wildfire plan seen as biggest land policy change in decades Updated: Jan-26-16 5:49 pm
BOISE, Idaho - A year after Interior Secretary Sally Jewell shifted the national approach to fighting wildfires across a wide swath of sagebrush country in the West, her strategy is turning out to be one of the most significant federal land policy changes in some 80 years, public land experts, outdoor enthusiasts and scientists say.
- Penn State project explores shrubs as renewable energy Updated: Jan-24-16 12:49 pm
STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania - Some people look at the scraggly kind of trees that grow on the side of road and think of them as woody weeds.
- US Fish and Wildlife Service: Expand wildlife habitat Updated: Jan-21-16 2:53 pm
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to establish the "Great Thicket National Wildlife Refuge," areas of New England and New York to preserve more shrubland and young forests for numerous species, such as the New England cottontail.
- Dickinson Conservation sale raises funds, helps environment Updated: Jan-19-16 4:11 am
KINGSFORD, Michigan - The apple trees Jennifer Johnson helped plant at her father's home in spring 2011 are "doing great," she said.