Tags » Bureau Of Land Management

Burning Questions At "Burning Man"

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Federal Bureau of Land Management officials are defending their request for special housing accommodations for agency officials during the annual Burning Man counterculture festival in Nevada. 195 more words

Feds Blow Their Tough Guy Image-Demand Chobani Yogurt

They also made specific food requests, including 24-hour access to Chobani Greek Yogurt and a standalone freezer with Drumstick and Choco Taco ice cream, the documents said

Full Story

Burning Man Organizers Push Back Against BLM Request For Cushier Digs For Gov't Officials

RENO (CBS/AP) — Burning Man festival organizers are pushing back after the U.S. Bureau of Land Management requested upgraded accommodations for its officials at this year’s event in the Nevada desert. 378 more words

News

Taxpayers won't pay for appeal of commissioner's protest ride, but politicians kick in cash

SALT LAKE CITY — Taxpayers won’t be asked to pay for the appeal of San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman’s protest ride of road closures in Recapture Canyon. 617 more words

News

Bundy Ranch: Portents of Civil Unrest in the United States?

I only recently found out about the Bundy Ranch confrontation, which occurred in April 2014 near Bunkerville, Neveda, when unarmed American citizens backed by armed militia, mostly U.S. 818 more words

Wars & Rumors Of Wars

Southern Ute Indian Tribe Challenges New Federal Fracking Rule

DURANGO, Colo. (CBS4) – There’s a battle emerging over hydraulic fracturing rights on Native American tribal lands.

The Durango Herald reports the Southern Ute Indian Tribe has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Interior challenging a new Bureau of Land Management rule that requires federal and state permits to frack on tribal land, but the tribes say only they have authority over their land. 90 more words

News

WY Gov Continues War on Wild Horses

Source: Multiple

“Welfare Ranchers” Root Cause of Wild Horse Court Case

Gov Matt MeadWyoming Gov. Matt Mead is appealing a federal judge’s recent dismissal of a lawsuit the state filed seeking to force the federal government to remove more wild horses from public lands in the state. 446 more words

Horse News