The Bureau of Land Management is seeking information to help identify the person or persons who vandalized trailhead kiosks on public lands near Moab. This past weekend, someone cut down three large BLM wooden kiosks and knocked over a “Stop Highway Crossing” sign along State Highway 313, according to spokesperson Lisa Bryant.
The Bureau of Land Management announced Nicollee Gaddis-Wyatt is the new manager for the Moab Field Office.
The Bureau of Land Management Salt Lake Field Office on Sept. 11 will begin gather operations to remove excess wild horses from the perimeter and outside of the Onaqui Mountain Herd Management Area in Tooele and Juab counties. The operation is expected to last about nine days.
The Bureau of Land Management proposes to offer 24 parcels, totaling nearly 13,420 acres, at the Dec. 10 quarterly oil and gas lease sale. The parcels are located on BLM-managed lands in the Canyon Country, Color Country and Green River districts.
A controversial goal to increase economic and recreational opportunities under the Trump administration at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument were unveiled Friday in a move that drew a quick and strong response from a number of environmental groups, but state and federal officials lauded the proposed environmental analysis and management plans, according to statements released by the BLM and more than a dozen environmental groups that stand in opposition.
Canyonlands Field Institute is partnering with local land management agencies to host a one-day conservation service event to clean up the heavily used Daily section of the Colorado River.
A group of federal retirees is calling for a Senate hearing on the pending headquarters move of the Bureau of Land Management to Grand Junction.
The Moab Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management approved a right of way to the City of Green River to construct and operate a natural gas pipeline, according to spokesperson Lisa Bryant.
When it comes to enrolling in AmeriCorps, Utah residents rank fourth among states, according to new data released Aug. 15 by the Corporation for National and Community Service, the federal agency that administers the AmeriCorps program and leads the nation’s national service and volunteer programs.
In a monumental decision that underscores the agency’s commitment to honoring the wishes of federally recognized tribes, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has revised its policy regarding the retention of eagle remains on lands within Indian country. Federally recognized tribes are now able to retain bald and golden eagle remains found on these lands under certain conditions and with the proper permits, according to a press release from the UFWS.
The U.S. Small Business Administration recently issued an interim final rule that will adjust monetary-based small business size standards for inflation to allow more small businesses to become eligible for the SBA’s loan and contracting programs. The interim final rule was published in the Federal Register on July 18.
Fearing that a proposed revision to the National Environmental Policy Act that seeks to limit public comment on Forest Service actions would lead to bad decisions in the future, Grand County Council Member Mary McGann successfully lobbied her colleagues to send a letter in opposition to the effort.