Current policies favor the oil and gas industry. Planned updates could better protect national parks surrounded by dense drilling activity.
And they’re down with making Dolores River Canyon Country a national monument
A centenarian of the Centennial State, Pieter Hondius Jr. was a quiet giant of the Colorado outdoors.
The BLM’s proposed Public Lands Rule will help balance the demands on natural resources with protecting our mountain ecosystem.
White River National Forest district ranger calls Coal Basin mine project “precedent setting”
The Republican-led House Committee on Natural Resources voted Wednesday to withdraw a BLM rule it links to “Biden’s preservationist agenda.”
Our leasing policies need to consider not only extractive industries, but also outdoor recreation that is diversifying local economies.
The process was driven by extremist environmental groups and anti-motorized activists within the forest service, plaintiff Patrick McKay says
The watchdog group Colorado Wild Public Lands wants more transparency, plans to oppose the Blue Valley Ranch deal
House Bill 1066 would allow lawful passage between public land parcels bordering private property, settling a decades-old conundrum in the West. But it’s meeting skepticism.