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2017 Annual Report

Apr 25, 2018

2017 Annual Report

Scott Pruitt’s other toxic legacy: voter cynicism

On the eve of two key hearings, the scandals swirling around the EPA chief continue to erode public trust in government.


Proposal for wilderness areas in Río Grande del Norte moves forward

Jennifer Dickson

Congressman Ben Ray Luján filed a bill today that would provide the highest level of protection for some of the wildest public lands within the Río Grande del Norte Nation


BLM methane rule repeal comment period ends with no public meetings

Tony Iallonardo


Our Wild Forests in trouble again as Congress unleashes new attack

Proposals being considered in the House of Representatives would allow damaging logging practices in some of our wildest “roadless” forests.

BLM advances renewable energy development in Utah solar energy zone

Jennifer Dickson

The Bureau of Land Management is moving ahead with plans to lease public lands in the Milford Flats South Solar Energy Zone, a low-conflict zone for solar development w


Interior Department takes shameful step towards Arctic Refuge drilling

Today it submitted a notice of intent to begin an environmental scoping on a proposed lease sale that could be held as early as next year.


Legislation introduced by Senator Bennet focuses on lands in Southwestern Colorado

Jennifer Dickson

The legislation would secure protections for nearly 60,000 acres in the heart of the San Juan Mountains. Half of the acreage would expand or create wilderness for the Mt. Sneffels Range, Lizard Head area and McKenna Peak.


Memo: House farm bill forestry title potentially disastrous for national forests

Anastasia Greene

The bill was introduced by Republican members of the House Agriculture Committee on April 12 and was approved, without amendments, by the Committee in a party-line vote on April 18. 


Zinke’s latest change to the Endangered Species Act is more trouble than you think

Removing the “blanket” rule would create more work for an overburdened federal agency and make it harder to protect threatened species.