Department of the Interior raises a flag whenever Secretary Ryan Zinke is in the building.
Ranchers and tribal leaders alike are taking a stand against Secretary Zinke's rollbacks.
Environmental groups decried Ryan Zinke's announcement.
The department manages about a fifth of the country's surface, including national parks, forests and tribal territories, from the Arctic to the Gulf of Mexico.
The Interior Department oversees territories covering a fifth of the United States' surface from the Arctic to the Gulf of Mexico, including sensitive wildlife habitats, iconic landscapes, rich deposits of oil, gas and coal and important pasturelands for ranchers.
A congressman and former Navy Seal, Zinke may be Trump's most interesting and unpredictable Cabinet choice.