Earth Day was celebrated in unique ways in the small towns across western Colorado.
The greater sage-grouse is a western icon, famous for its courtship ritual, which draws curious crowds every spring to witness the males perform an elaborate strutting display and
Venture into Southern Utah and you will find yourself surrounded by multicolored cliffs, plateaus, mesas, buttes, pinnacles and canyons that glow in the sunlight.
A scoping study by Stratus Consulting Inc., prepared for The Wilderness Society, on the amount of unaccounted greenhouse gas emissions from federal lands.
H.R. 1581, “The Great Outdoors Giveaway”
To hear the oil and gas industry tell it, we just aren’t drilling enough.
The BLM Action Center is proud to present the 2011 CAPE awards – a top ten list of this year’s greatest moments for the spectacular landscapes managed by the BLM.
America is home to nearly 250 million acres of public land managed by the Bureau of Land Management. Those acres fall outside of our National Parks, Forests and Wildlife Refuges.