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BLM updates oil and gas drilling plan for Piceance Basin in northwest Colorado

Master leasing plan aims to protect Dinosaur National Monument

By Bob Berwyn

FRISCO — A new master leasing plan proposed by the Bureau of Land Management for public lands surrounding northwestern Colorado’s Dinosaur National Monument aims to reduce oil and gas drilling impacts to wildlife, archaeological treasures and other resources in the region. 595 more words


Agua Caliente tribal land swap comments due Sunday

CALIFORNIA – If you have strong feelings about a possible land exchange between the federal government and the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, you are running out of time to reach the people who want to hear about it. 67 more words


Colorado Drilling Plan Has Safeguards For Dinosaur Monument

DENVER (AP) — A federal government plan for drilling in energy-rich northwestern Colorado released Friday includes stepped-up protections for public land near Dinosaur National Monument. 361 more words


Feds Offer Tradeoff For Gas Drilling In Northwest Colorado

DENVER (AP) — A new plan for oil and gas development in energy-rich northwestern Colorado would ease restrictions on what time of year drilling rigs can operate on federal land if well sites are consolidated to minimize disruptions to the environment. 102 more words


BLM: More prescribed burns for Chaves County

PVON Staff Report

CHAVES COUNTY- The Bureau of Land Management has announced it will conduct a large prescribed burn Northeast of Roswell soon.
According to a press release from the agency, The Dunahoo Hills burn will be 400 acres in size, about five miles Northeast of Roswell off U.S. 138 more words

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Bundy Supporters Heading To Nevada Legislature

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Southern Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and supporters are planning to swarm the Nevada Legislature in support of a bill seeking to reclaim land from the federal government. 110 more words


"Data Trespass," Wyoming's Fancy Name for Ag-Gag

By Sue Udry, Dissent NewsWire | Op-Ed

Jonathan Ratner tests water. He visits streams in Wyoming, takes samples and tests it for E. coli.

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