BLM skirts court order, puts habitat back in lease sale
The Bureau of Land Management is moving forward with plans to work around a federal court order and offer tens of thousands of acres of greater sage grouse habitat in planned oil and gas lease sales early next year.
BLM 'improperly withholding' drilling project records — lawsuit
An environmental group has filed a federal lawsuit against the Bureau of Land Management, accusing BLM of withholding records on the potential impacts of a large-scale oil and gas development project on sensitive plant and wildlife species in Wyoming.
Public comments on Bears Ears plan renew debate over revisions
Conservation groups say they have submitted tens of thousands of comments to the Bureau of Land Management expressing concerns about a draft management plan for the revised Bears Ears National Monument in Utah as the public comment period closes today.
Interior touts economic impacts of 'energy dominance'
The Interior Department released data today it says show the Trump administration's promotion of energy development on federal lands is generating billions of dollars in revenue and hundreds of thousands of jobs.
BLM to study large-scale N.M. wind project
The Bureau of Land Management will conduct a detailed study evaluating a large-scale wind project in western New Mexico covering nearly 30,000 acres of federal lands.