My wild horse story: Laura Newberry and Buckeye Boone

I grew up reading the book “Misty of Chincoteague”. My dream for as long as I can remember was to train my own “wild” horse. From the time I was a young teen to my late 30s I had many opportunities to gentle, work with and train my own domestic horses. I enjoyed every bit of it, but in the back of my mind, I still had that dream of training a “wild” one.

Podcast: ANILCA at 40, Part 2

ANILCA is 40 years old today. Do you know some of the most important details of this hugely important law? We sat with leadership from the three largest federal land management agencies in Alaska to get their thoughts.

Chris McKee helps solve subsistence puzzles

Alaskans harvest millions of pounds of wild game and plants each year. Subsistence is part of the culture, but understanding the regulations can be tricky.

Reading the bones: a 43,000-year-old mystery is answering some questions and prompting researchers to ask others

Paddling down a river in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska in summer 2012, the weather was still chilly.

My Wild Burro Story: Alicia and Nestor

Gathered as yearling in Arizona's Cibola-Trigo herd management area on September 2010, B61AAAAAR, now known as Nestor, was not readily adopted. For the next seven years, Nestor lived in holding pens in Arizona and Colorado. One day his luck finally changed when a Colorado TIP trainer named Nicki Creasey selected him for her Burro Base Camp program.

The Lands of Navajo Nation

The Navajo tribe of Native Americans lives in the southwestern lands of the modern-day United States, in the Four Corners region of Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico.

Montezuma Well

This week's interesting General Land Office record features a survey plat that displays a historic landmark, the Montezuma Well.

National Public Lands Day Volunteers and Safford Field Office Staff Create New Trail

Volunteers from the Gila Valley Hiking Club partnered with the Safford Field Office to construct a new trail within the Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area on November 14. This year marked the 30th anniversary of Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area, signed into law via the Arizona Desert Wilderness Act of 1990.

Wyatt Earp

Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp, famous for his partaking in the gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona, was a man of colorful history and diverting professions in the 19th century.

Accessibility challenges inspire Pompeys Pillar video series

Story by Jaime Tompkins, State NLCS Program Lead, Montana/Dakotas State Office 

Elko, Nevada

Elko lies along the Humboldt River in northeastern Nevada and is the largest city for over 130 miles in all directions.