Two decades after a governor’s task force warned the spread of invasive trees would mean millions in economic losses the damage is ongoing, but things could swing in 2023Read More ›
Second Amendment political fireworks sprayed into the realm of wildlife conservation funding heading into the holiday weekend.
But some expect the plan that would kill an 85-year-old American tradition will only fizzle.
Backers say it is a money-saving offset that empowers states to keep species away from the costly federal mandates that come with Endangered Species Act listing. Critics say it is spending the country can’t afford right now, especially with no sunset clause.Read More ›
Aimed at boosting state, tribal, and territorial conservation efforts with $1.4 billion annually, it is seen as a way to ease the growing numbers of threatened wildlife headed for listing under the federal Endangered Species Act.Read More ›
The Senate Agriculture and Wildlife Committee shot down a bill that the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation labeled a priority early Monday before it had a chance to go anywhere.Read More ›