In this episode of CWP’s Go West, Young Podcast, former National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis weighs in on the government shutdown, and why he thinks Acting Interior Secretary David Bernhardt is making a terrible mistake by leaving park gates open. This week in Western history: Cannibal Alferd Packer gets paroled Phil Ochs’ “The Ballad […]
In the latest episode of Go West, Young Podcast: As Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke steps down, National Wildlife Federation President and CEO Collin O'Mara explains how he went from optimism to disappointment with Zinke's tenure in a must-read Washington Post op-ed.
In this episode of CWP’s Go West, Young Podcast, The CWP team and pollster Brian Gottlieb discuss how public lands played a key role in the midterm elections across the West. Links: 4th National Climate Assessment Zinke on KCRA Fact-checking Zinke’s claims Wildfire and pine beetles Climate change and wildfire risk Video: Public lands ads in […]
With the giant coal-fired Navajo Generating Station scheduled to shut down next year, a conversation with two Navajo anti-coal activists: Percy Deal, and Nicole Horseherder with To Nizoni Ani. News Congress lets the Land & Water Conservation Fund expire Interior’s new science policy is a wolf in sheep’s clothing History The first power flows from […]
In this episode of CWP’s Go West, Young Podcast, pollster Brian Gottlieb and CWP Executive Director Jen Rokala discuss the new Winning the West poll on the importance of public lands issues to Western voters. Download the report Download full poll results News: Trump’s ignorant fire tweets History: Amanda McFarland’s Alaska mission Host/Producer: Aaron Weiss Feedback: email@example.com […]
A conversation with veterans Garett Reppenhagen, Kim Crumbo, and Brett Myrick. All three are now public lands activists. They discuss why public lands are so important to veterans re-entering civilian life, and what they would say to President Trump if they had the chance.
As the Interior Department's Royalty Policy Committee meets in Albuquerque, New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas explains why he's suing Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and the Trump administration.
In this episode of Go West, Young Podcast, conversations with Nada Culver of The Wilderness Society and Mary Flanderka with Wyoming Outdoor Council about the multi-state agreement to keep the sage-grouse off the Endangered Species List, and the Trump administration's efforts to blow up that plan.
In this episode of Go West, Young Podcast, a conversation with bowhunter and public lands activist Jessi Johnson, one of the co-founders of Artemis, the new sportswomen's group from the National Wildlife Federation.
A conversation with Amber Reimondo and Roger Clark from the Grand Canyon Trust about the history and possible future of uranium mining and contamination near the Grand Canyon. Then CWP's Greg Zimmerman walks us through uranium claims near Bears Ears National Monument.