Bureau of Land Management

Bureau of Land Management acting director William Perry Pendley repeatedly dodged questions at an environmental journalism conference.
The acting Bureau of Land Management director agreed not to participate in matters involving 57 entities and individuals following conflict of interest allegations.
Numerous indigenous groups consider Hovenweep National Monument and its prehistoric structures to be sacred.
The new acting director of the Bureau of Land Management appears to be another "fox guarding the henhouse" appointment in the Trump administration.
William Perry Pendley argued that the "Founding Fathers intended all lands owned by the federal government to be sold."
There’s a clear link between cheatgrass, which covers more than 100 million acres across the West, and rangeland megafires.
The move is a "perfect representation" of how the Trump administration views America's public lands, one critic said.
Organizers of the annual event in the Nevada desert say Bureau of Land Management permit requirements are “untenable.”
The plan would end a five-year moratorium in the state on leasing federal public land to oil companies.
The cash-strapped company announced last year a plan to acquire mineral rights at a copper deposit within the original boundary of Grand Staircase-Escalante.
The Bureau of Land Management is looking to sell 70 acres of conservation land to a limestone mining company that unlawfully discarded waste materials on it.
The Department of Interior is quietly preparing to offer hundreds of thousands of acres of public land for leasing to energy companies.
An Interior Department official claims Secretary Ryan Zinke "did not see the proposal before it went out and was not happy about it."
A GOP state lawmaker in Utah could score big from a proposed “disposal” of more than 1,600 acres that Trump stripped from Grand Staircase-Escalante.
The release of the report is the latest controversy in an intensifying debate about how to protect the nation’s heritage as development and tourism explode across the West.
Tribes and their environmentalist allies fear for cultural sites and endangered species in California’s “Serengeti.”
Most of the mineral rights are being eyed by a Canadian copper mining firm. But there's other interest.
As officials explore options to manage the population, horse advocates fear relocation could lead to animals being slaughtered.
The new Bears Ears National Monument boundary strips protections for approximately three-fourths of known archaeological treasures.
It's the latest move in the Trump administration's push for "energy dominance."