Pendley tells BLM staff what he's 'thankful' for this year
William Perry Pendley thanked the Bureau of Land Management's employees in an all-staff email for completing the headquarters move to Colorado and for keeping public lands open during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lawmakers tell Bernhardt to nix sterilization tests
A bipartisan coalition of congressional leaders is urging Interior Secretary David Bernhardt to cancel another key pillar in the Trump administration's aggressive plan to curb growing wild horse and burro herds.
Trump admin pushes revised sage grouse plans in final months
The Interior Department is sprinting to convince a federal judge to allow it to implement controversial greater sage grouse plan revisions before President Trump leaves office.
Sage grouse rider draws greens' opposition
A coalition of more than 100 environmental groups is urging congressional appropriators to reject a provision in the Senate Interior-Environment fiscal 2021 funding bill prohibiting regulators from listing the greater sage grouse for federal protection.
Obama-era official could lead Biden's BLM
President-elect Joe Biden's transition team is searching for a long-term career official to lead the Bureau of Land Management on an acting basis through the first six months or more of next year.