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Corporations Seeking to Lease Public Lands Must be ID’d

Feb 14th @ 1:51 pm

A federal court ruled yesterday that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) policy and practice of keeping secret from the public the identity of entities nominating public lands for oil and gas development is unlawful. The precedent setting ruling stems from a lawsuit filed in June 2012 by the non-profit organizations Citizens for a Healthy [...]

BLM Seeks Nominations to Southwest Resource Advisory Council

Jan 29th @ 9:49 am

MONTROSE, Colo. - The Bureau of Land Management today announced that it is seeking public nominations for open positions on its 29 Resource Advisory Councils (RACs), which advise the BLM on public land issues.  As advertised in the Federal Register, the BLM will consider nominations for 45 days. The BLM’s RACs, composed of citizens chosen for their expertise [...]

BLM Interview with Shannon Borders n Julie Jackson (audio)

Jan 10th @ 1:47 pm

SHANNON BORDERS & JULIE JACKSON W BLM

BLM Seasonal Road Closures

Nov 27th @ 2:44 pm

On Saturday, Dec. 1, the Bureau of Land Management’s Uncompahgre Field Office and the Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area will implement seasonal road closures on approximately 17,570 acres within the Gunnison sage grouse area of critical environmental concern. Under the annual closures, C-77, Black Ridge and Red Canyon Road are closed to motorized and mechanical [...]

Christmas Tree Permits Available

Nov 15th @ 2:12 pm

Christmas tree permits offered by the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management are now on sale. The permits allow the public to cut a Christmas tree for personal use on National Forest and BLM lands within the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre & Gunnison National Forests and the Uncompahgre, Grand Junction and Gunnison Field [...]

Series of Meetings To Be Heard on Impacts of Oil Shale Development

Apr 25th @ 4:02 pm

DENVER  -  The Bureau of Land Management plans a series of hearings in the West on the impacts of oil shale development.  The Daily Sentinel writes that the hearings will begin tomorrow in Utah.  These hearings were prompted by Secretary Ken Salazar wanting to take another look at a federal oil shale plan that was [...]

BLM Seeking Public Input on Couple of Proposals

Mar 7th @ 5:31 pm

The Bureau of Land Management Uncompahgre Field Office is seeking public comments on a proposal by Montrose West Recreation to re-route the Paradox Trail on the west side of the plateau.  The Watch says It’s also looking for public input regarding a proposal by Ridgway Trails Group and Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike Trail Assoc. to [...]

BLM’s lands As Wilderness Has Already Begun

Mar 4th @ 8:21 am

The treatment of some Bureau of Land Management lands as wilderness already has begun, according to U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton.  According to the Daily Sentinel one of Tipton’s  aides said the wild lands policy proposed by Salazar has suffered from a “fundamental misunderstanding.”  Salazar, on the other hand, insisted there have been “significant communications” with [...]

NEWS: Mon. Nov. 8, 2010

Nov 8th @ 7:45 am

News last week that Toys For Tots will not be collecting gifts has many in Mesa County area  wondering how to fill the gap. But according to KJCT thanks to many individuals and community organizations they are making an effort to make sure many underprivilidge children will have a happy holiday.  Eight local Lions Clubs [...]

NEWS: Wed. March 10, 2010

Mar 10th @ 3:49 pm

Here’s the latest on the I-70 cleanup by Glenwood Canyon. Crews are working through the slow, technical process of drilling the rock and prepping the area for blasting operations.  This should end sometime after 5pm. After this time, CDOT will assess the  clean-up work required, and the follow-up process and the estimated schedule for getting [...]