Today, the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management released their final conservation plans for the vast sagebrush habitat in the American West, a rugged but fragile ecosystem home to some 350 wildlife species.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) recently unveiled its Moab Master Leasing plan, which could guide energy development away from sensitive areas that are too wild to drill, including some of Utah’s most beloved landscapes like Arches and
New guidelines released by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) would have lasting benefits for our health and our climate by reducing wasteful emissions of methane during oil and natural gas production.
I’m a morning person, but even I’ll admit that sometimes it can take a minute or two for me to get going in the early hours. This was not the case one recent May morning in southern Nevada, where heatwave immersed my tent just a few quick minutes after the sun came over the horizon.
A new multi-state plan for the greater sage-grouse could include conservation measures to protect more than 50 million acres of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land that provides critical habitat for the species. Secretary Sally Jewell announced the plan on May 28 in Cheyenne, Wyoming.