Interior adds 600 acres to Ariz. wilderness tract
The Interior Department announced today the acquisition of 600 acres of private land adjacent to the Santa Teresa Wilderness in Arizona in an effort to expand public access to the 27,000-acre site.
'Big Buck' arcade game lands in cafeteria to promote hunting
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke today revealed his latest effort to expand access to hunting on public property — but rather than the nation's vast federal lands, he's urging deer stalking in the agency's cafeteria.
Dems to Trump: 'Reject this sham report'
Democratic lawmakers yesterday accused Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke of dismissing "the voices of the majority" in recommending that President Trump slash the size of a half-dozen monuments and open others to commercial uses.
Angry greens promise lawsuits if Trump acts on Zinke memo
Conservation advocates roundly condemned Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's proposed cuts today to a half-dozen national monuments, asserting his advice to President Trump ignored the bulk of public comments in favor of opening more federal lands to industrial development.
Zinke recommends shrinking as many as 6 sites
President Trump could move to eliminate protections for nearly all of Utah's 1.9-million-acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument — while also potentially making significant cuts to five other monuments — if he follows recommendations made by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, according to a leaked memorandum.