A new PLS white paper outlines proven strategies and policies for allowing recreation and energy development to exist in harmony.
PLS discuss the cultural tourism white paper with Senator Orrin Hatch and staff in Moab.
The Colorado state legislature recently passed a bill to officially mark the third Saturday of May as Public Lands Day. The bill sparked heated debates between Colorado’s Republican-controlled Senate and Democratic-controlled House.
Local communities around the county are often faced with challenging land planning decisions. And while the decisions may not actually be theirs, it’s still vital that the local communities and citizens exercise their right to be involved in land planning processes.
This year’s National Park Week officially wrapped up on April 24. This annual celebration of our country’s greatest public lands is a great reminder of the privilege and responsibility we have as American citizens to these resources.