Sequoia Monument a treasure worth protecting
Sequoia ForestKeeper’s Program Director, Alison Sheehey recently authored an opinion piece published in the Bakersfield Californian explaining why the Giant Sequoia National Monument should be expanded, not shrunk.
The iconic gray wolf is thriving again
LDF has partnered with the Pacific Wolf Coalition and Defenders of Wildlife to help in the recovery of the iconic Mexican Gray wolf. Both groups are proactively working with ranchers and other stakeholders to reduce wolf-livestock conflict and provide real and practical solutions so wolf populations can continue to grow and thrive.
National monuments under attack: An unprecedented threat to our national heritage
Bears Ears National Monument, a Utah landscape sacred to numerous Native American tribes, is under threat after President Trump issued an executive order calling for a review of national monuments designated since 1996. LDF grantee Utah Dine...
How snack foods are destroying the Leuser Ecosystem
How your daily snacking habit might be contributing to the destruction of one of the most vital places on earth and home to the world’s most iconic wildlife.