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Where Have All The Horses Gone?

Guest OpEd by “Calamity” Cate Crismani of TrueCowboy Magazine

“Fiscal Year 2012, out of 10,350 wild horses and burros gathered, a total of 80 animals, or approximately three-quarters of one percent (0.77 percent), died or were euthanized during gather operations” 1,649 more words

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Federal Approval of SunZia Transmission Line Based on "Inadequate" and "Corrupted" Process

Less than a week ago, the United States Secretary of the Interior signed the federal approval for the controversial SunZia Southwest Transmission Project consisting of two 500 kV transmission lines that will cut through the San Pedro River Valley, … 614 more words

Negative Overhead Power Line Impacts

Needles, CA: Employment Statutes Workshop on Thursday.

Needles, CA: Employment Statutes Workshop on Thursday.

A Employment Statutes Workshop will be held at 12:00pm PT on Thursday, January 29th, 2015 inside the Needles Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management located at 1303 South Highway 95 in Needles, California. 123 more words

Horse activists ejected from BLM meeting

by Kurt Hildebrand as published in the Record-Courier

Wild horse rights activists said they were ejected from a public meeting held by the Bureau of Land Management… 147 more words

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VERMILION CLIFFS NATIONAL MONUMENT, ARIZONA, FOR SPECTACULAR GEOLOGIC FEATURES

via BLM Winter Bucket List #23: Vermilion Cliffs… | My Public Lands.

This month, Phoenix, Arizona, is a buzz with #superbowl news.  As the state prepares for the big event, we’ll share information about beautiful public lands just outside of the city and others worth a day trip – like Vermilion Cliffs.

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BLM waives recreation-related fees for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Press Release

SANTA FE-  On January 19, 2015, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), in conjunction with other agencies within the Department of the Interior, will waive recreation-related fees for visitors to the National System of Public Lands. 227 more words

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