Over the past year the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has come a long way in modernizing the way public lands are managed. The Wilderness Society’s annual Comparative Analysis for Performance Excellence (CAPE) awards acknowledge the work the agency has done from protecting places wh
Today, that work is focused on developing a Regional Mitigation Strategy that will help offset the negative environmental impacts of future oil and gas development in the reserve under the IAP, which allows industry access to 72 percent of the reserve’s economically recoverable oil.
Being tasked with managing the millions of acres of our shared Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands in Colorado is no easy job. Finding the right balance in managing those lands requires careful planning as well as strong leadership from the state office down.
Birdwatchers travel from far and wide to northwest Colorado to see male greater sage-grouse strut their stuff in hopes of attracting a mate. Early spring is prime season to catch these timid greater sage-grouse dancing on the lek and shaking their tail feathers through organized tours.
The rig was at the mercy of the north Pacific’s relentless waves for six days until salvage crews managed to attach a tow line and begin moving it to a safe harbor where they plan to assess how heavily it was damaged.
The Bureau of Land Management has announced it will protect special wildlife habitat for caribou, migratory birds, grizzly bears, wolves and polar bears in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, which is also known as the Western Arctic Reserve.