EPA once again allows 'cyanide bombs'
EPA today announced it will allow the Agriculture Department to continue using cyanide devices to kill predator animals, though the agency set new requirements designed to reduce risks to people, pets and other "non-target animals."
Grijalva: BLM move out West is vulnerable to litigation
The ongoing war of words between congressional Democrats and the Trump administration over the Bureau of Land Management's proposed headquarters move out West heated up again today.
BLM to study hotly contested corridor in conservation area
The Trump administration announced today it will evaluate a controversial proposal pushed by Utah's congressional delegation to build a transportation corridor through a national conservation area that includes habitat for a threatened tortoise.
BLM to suffer major staff losses in move West
The Bureau of Land Management appears poised to lose the majority of its Washington, D.C.-based staff as part of its plans to relocate out West next year. That could include dozens of employees in the departments that handle public lands planning, environmental compliance, management of hazardous materials, and oil and gas development on the 245 million acres BLM manages.
BLM targets horse-vehicle collision threat
The Bureau of Land Management today released a 10-year plan for removing some wild horses and burros in southern Nevada that are crossing federal and state highways with increasing regularity, posing a safety concern.