Bureau of Land Management headquarters will head from Colorado back to Washington, Biden administration says
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland said that Grand Junction will be the agency's western headquarters and that its presence in the city will grow
Wild horse roundup in northwest Colorado begins as BLM tries to gather 733 mustangs
The federal Bureau of Land Management is removing 80% of the wild horses in Sand Wash Basin after drought-stricken rangeland turns to “moon dust”
BLM to remove 80% of wild mustang herd from Sand Wash Basin in Colorado’s second helicopter roundup of the summer
The federal Bureau of Land Management intends to remove 733 horses from the northwestern Colorado rangeland despite protest from Gov. Jared Polis and horse advocates.
“We need to provide a path forward for clarity”: Interior Secretary Deb Haaland visits new Bureau of Land Management HQ in Grand Junction
Haaland said one of her first goals was to consider the well-being of the agency as she thinks about the future of its headquarters
Interior secretary, speaking in Denver, stands by Tracy Stone-Manning’s nomination to lead Bureau of Land Management
Deb Haaland is in Colorado in large part to visit the BLM’s headquarters in Grand Junction as she decides whether to keep it there
Biden taps ex-Obama official as Interior Department deputy, plans to nominate Tracy Stone-Manning to lead BLM
Tracy Stone-Manning, a former top aide to ex-Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, will be tapped by the president to lead the Bureau of Land Management, according to a person with knowledge of the plan
Environmental attorney from Denver to lead Bureau of Land Management
Nada Culver will effectively run the agency for the short term, replacing former BLM director William Perry Pendley
Interior nominee Deb Haaland in the sights of lobbying campaign to keep BLM headquarters in Colorado
Deb Haaland, who is awaiting Senate confirmation to become Interior secretary, has criticized the decision by the Donald Trump administration to move the public lands agency headquarters to Grand Junction.
Only 41 Bureau of Land Management employees moved west. Nearly 300 left the agency instead of relocating.
Of the 328 positions slated to move out West when the move was announced, 287 headquarter employees chose to retire or found new employment
Colorado sues Bureau of Land Management over Western Slope management plan from William Perry Pendley
The state’s argument that Pendley, the BLM’s “acting director,” did not have the authority to approve anything mirrors a federal case in Montana that overturned three resource-management plans.
Bureau of Land Management approves 2 drilling projects on Colorado public lands
The two upper North Fork Valley drilling projects will total up to 226 wells and result in up to 15.66 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions over a 30-year period
E-bike rules for BLM, Forest Service trails both thrill and rile backcountry users
As federal land managers consider opening trails to electric bicycles, conversations about new opportunities for access to public lands mixes with concerns about impacts to wildlife and traditional non-motorized travelers.
A bold plan to protect 30% of Colorado lands and waters by 2030
Conservation groups hope to corral lawmakers, land managers, tribes and private landowners in a mission to add 14 million acres to Colorado’s trove of 6 million protected acres.
William Perry Pendley says he’s still on the job as acting director of Bureau of Land Management
Pendley said he firmly disagreed with a court’s decision that he should be removed from BLM and has continued to fulfill his duties as assigned
Seven big takeaways from Cory Gardner and John Hickenlooper’s third — and most fiery — debate
The two U.S. Senate candidates faced off hours after Colorado elections officials began mailing ballots to voters across the state
Judge removes Trump’s public lands boss, William Perry Pendley, after governor sued
U.S. District Judge Brian Morris said U.S. Bureau of Land Management acting director William Perry Pendley served unlawfully for 424 days without being confirmed to the post by the U.S. Senate.
Colorado, five other states promise lawsuits if feds fast-track approval of Utah’s Lake Powell Pipeline project
Decades of collaborative agreements between the states that rely on the Colorado River could be threatened by the Trump Administration plan to expedite review of Utah’s diversion project
Drilling, mines and other projects hastened by Trump’s coronavirus order
Projects to be fast-tracked include the Lake Powell water pipeline in Utah; wind farms in New Mexico and off the Massachusetts coast; and mining projects in Nevada, Idaho, Colorado and Alaska.
Drones dropping “Dragon Eggs” are Colorado’s latest aerial assault weapon for wildfires
Aerial ignition used to be done by helicopters. Now, drones are handling airborne firebombing -- and a lot more.
William Perry Pendley, acting head of Bureau of Land Management, hangs on despite nixed nomination
Colorado's Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner refused to say if he supported Pendley or not