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Unpredictable Us

We Rhinos like to think of ourselves as logical and self-possessed, but our Inner Rhinos are seldom fooled. Emotion is the dictating force within Us; it’s what makes Us Rhinos. 25 more words

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Why Are the Feds Slow On the Uptake in Oregon?

It didn’t take us long to get into the Year 2016 until we have our first serious confrontation.

Armed militiamen (we’ll get into this in a moment) have “taken over” a federal headquarters for a national park ridge in… 1,265 more words


On National Bird Day, Find Refuge in Wild America

“Wake up with the birds. Arrive in the early morning (or late afternoon) when wildlife is most active.” So reads a line from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s… 550 more words

Department Of The Interior

The Wright Stuff: Skies & World Transformed

They called Dayton, Ohio home and used the wind-shaped dunes of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina as a lift off point. Both places were testing grounds, temporary assignments. 569 more words

National Park Service

New BIA Rights-of-Way Regulations: Webinar on Significant Opportunities for Indian Country

On November 17th the Department of the Interior published a final rule on Rights-of-Way on Indian Lands. The new regulations go into effect on December 21, 2015 and will have a substantial impact throughout Indian Country, particularly in eliminating state taxation, creating opportunity for new revenue streams for tribes, and increasing compensation for “piggybacked” uses. 306 more words


Why Keep our Coal in the Ground?

We know that 40% of our nation’s coal comes from publicly owned deposits primarily in the Rocky Mountain West and that when burned, this coal produces more than 11% of all U.S. 608 more words