Bureau of Land Management
Colorado is owed 9,900 acres by the federal government. But getting that land could mean no more recreating on it.
The federal government wants to settle a 143-year-old debt to Colorado with a grant of 9,900 acres across 16 counties. Some of those grants would block access to hunting, fishing on adjacent BLM land.
Glenwood Springs is spending $1.2M in tax money on a public affairs campaign to fight a mine above townBy Jason Blevins Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
Opinion: Oil and gas companies have been paying the same federal royalty rate since 1920. It’s time that changed.By Tim Corrigan Opinion
Scattering BLM will be good for policy, boss William Pendley says. Not with him at the helm, advocacy groups argue.
Former head of conservative Lakewood-based legal foundation says he’s a good Marine, following orders of President Donald Trump and Interior Secretary David Bernhardt.
Trump’s “energy dominance” push changing plans for 3 million acres of Colorado land, local stewards say
State and local agencies -- and more recently, Gov. Jared Polis -- prioritized conservation during years of public input and discussion. Now those objectives are in jeopardy.
With recent BLM win, Western Slope city hopes to land a piece of aerospace
The Bureau of Land Management has signed a lease agreement in Colorado to solidify relocation of its headquarters from the District of Columbia.
Electric-powered bikes are now allowed on BLM and National Park trails — and not everyone is happy about it
The new rule issued by Interior Secretary aims to ease management and clarify conflicting rules by allowing e-bikes access to all bike trails. But trailbuilding and wilderness groups lament the lack of public involvement in the decision.
Acting Bureau of Land Management Director William Perry Pendley moved to disavow his longtime advocacy for federal land sales amid continued criticism over his appointment
Deep mountain snow raised Lake Mead, Lake Powell water lines. But for the first time, supply cuts loom downstream.
The Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan inked this spring is triggering “a new era” of mandatory cuts for Arizona and Nevada