ryan zinke Reports Of Unlawful Activity At National Parks During Government Shutdown Causes Concern By Cooper McKim • Feb 16, 2018 Julia Ritchey / KUER Drones were brought into Gettysburg. A pregnant elk was poached in Zion National Park. And in Yellowstone, commercial snowmobile tour guides encouraged other riders to pass the legal boundary and get up close to the geyser, Old Faithful. Feds Announce Initiative To Partner With States, Private Landowners On Wildlife By Judy Fahys • Feb 9, 2018 Judy Fahys/KUER News US Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke attacked critics of the Trump administration’s decision to shrink two national monuments in Utah. He called them “angry people” and “nefarious.” Parks Board: Members Resign Over What They Call Interior Department Neglect By Judy Fahys • Jan 23, 2018 National Park Service Listen Listening... / 1:25 They felt like the Interior Department had snubbed their valuable work, so most members of the National Park System Advisory Board resigned last week. Locals Creating Bears Ears Visitors Center While Fight Over Boundaries Continues By Judy Fahys • Dec 26, 2017 Josh Ewing/Friends of Cedar Mesa Listen Listening... / 1:58 A new education center is taking shape to protect the rich cultural resources around the Bears Ears in southeastern Utah. The New Teddy Roosevelt? How The Cabinet Member Who Wants To Shrink Utah Monuments Stacks Up By Dan Boyce-Inside Energy • Nov 7, 2017 Judy Fahys / KUER President Donald Trump told Utah lawmakers recently that the Bear’s Ears National Monument - designated in the waning days of the Obama administration - would be downsized. Leaked Zinke Report Says Utah Monuments Should Be Smaller; No Word On How Much By Judy Fahys • Sep 18, 2017 Department of Interior New information emerged over the weekend on the advice Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is giving president Donald Trump on two national monuments in Utah.