Deadline passes, Trump's BLM advances relocation plans
A top Interior Department official said the agency will now begin executing a plan to transfer the Bureau of Land Management's Washington, D.C.-based headquarters to Colorado after the conclusion of a congressional review period passed without objections from lawmakers.
Democrats vow to block new rules
A senior Senate appropriator today floated the possibility of using an obscure 23-year-old law to fight the Trump administration's revisions to Endangered Species Act rules.
Energy group surpasses fundraising goal for Canyonlands
The Western Energy Alliance raised $6,000 during the last few weeks to help pare down the $21 million deferred maintenance backlog at Utah's Canyonlands National Park, exceeding its fundraising target by 20%.
Conservationists urge Congress to quash BLM appointment
The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) is calling on congressional committee leaders to demand the Interior Department remove William Perry Pendley as the temporary head of the Bureau of Land Management.
Push for wildlife corridors gains momentum
Supporters of bicameral legislation aimed at protecting biodiversity and preventing species extinction are confident the time has finally arrived for Congress to move on the issue.