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Plan to lease Santa Fe National Forest for oil and gas drilling risks community health and cultural resources

SOURCE: enewspf.com

Litigation Prepared to Challenge Illegal 20,000 Acre Public Lands Lease

Santa Fe, NM—(ENEWSPF)—October 20, 2014. A broad coalition of local and national conservation groups announced plans to sue the Bureau of Land Management (“BLM”), if the agency proceeds with the sale of… 332 more words

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Biologists Criticize Science In BLM Plans To Help Sage Grouse

By Stephanie Paige Ogburn from Community Radio for Northern Colorado

“Granted, this story is not about Wild Horses and Burros BUT it does speak to the BLM’s poor math, lack of science and inconstancy in properly managing any form of wildlife on our public lands.  498 more words

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BLM Ely Nevada District to Round Up Wild Horses

Unedited Press Release from the BLM

Release Date: 10/16/14

BLM Ely District to Gather Wild Horses

ELY – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Ely District is scheduled in early November 2014 to begin gathering and removing approximately 120 excess wild horses from in and around the Triple B and Silver King Herd Management Areas (HMAs) in eastern Nevada.  639 more words

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Fracking Chemicals And Tradesecret Protection.

A US Department of Energy advisory panel has stated that oil and gas companies should not seek trade secret exemptions to conceal the nature of substances added to fluids used in fracking. 430 more words

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Prescribed Burn Planned in Lincoln County

Roswell, NM – On October 15, 2014, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will begin a prescribed burn operation about 10 miles northeast of Ruidoso in Lincoln County. 207 more words

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BLM offers tour of hidden wild horses at Indian Lakes Road facility in Fallon, NV

“The impact of stopping the tours pales in comparison to the impact to our employees and BLM’s image.” – Dean Bolstad (stated this in 2010, while he was the Deputy Division Chief of the Wild Horse and Burro Program) 506 more words

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New facilities open at Parowan Gap site

PAROWAN, Utah — Visitors to the Parowan Gap in southern Utah will notice some changes to the small canyon northwest of Cedar City.

The Bureau of Land Management recently completed a number of improvements to the site. 272 more words