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Comment On Proposed Wild Horse Gathering

The Bureau of Land Management is looking for the public to comment on the environmental assessment for proposed wild horse gathering in Southwest Wyoming. The BLM is looking to gather and remove horses from the Salt Wells Creek, Adobe Town and Great Divide Basin Herd Management areas, to bring the Continue reading

Wild Horse Adoption In Wyoming

The Bureau of Land Management Rock Springs Wild Horse Holding Facility will host a wild horse adoption event this weekend. The event will take place Saturday and Sunday from 9 to 3.  More than 40 wild horses from heard management areas in Nevada, ranging from yearlings to five year olds, will be up for adoption. The adoption Continue reading

Comment On NW Colorado Wild Horse Removal

The Bureau of Land Management is asking for the public to review an environmental assessment concerning the removal of wild horses from areas outside the Piceance-East Douglas Heard Management Area. According to Lauren Brown of the White River Field Office, the BLM is committed to maintaining a healthy wild horse population in the Continue reading

Reminder Of Wyoming Camping Regulations

With summer camping season upon us, the Bureau of Land Management in Wyoming is reminding residents of the state’s camping regulations. Camping is limited to 14 days within a 28 day consecutive period, so campers that have been at one location for Continue reading

Submit Projects To Cut Green River Emissions

The Bureau of Land Management in Wyoming is looking for suggestions for potential projects that would reduce emissions in the Upper Green River Basin. The Pinedale Anticline Project Office has $250,000 in its mitigation fund to spend on projects of this nature.  Project ideas should address how to Continue reading

Wyoming Firewood Permits On Sale

The Bureau of Land Management is now offering firewood permits at the Pinedale, Rawlins, Kremmerer and Rock Springs field offices. Permits are available at the cost of $7.50 per cord, with a 2 cord minimum and 10 cord maximum in place. They can be Continue reading

BLM Needs Help Mapping Trails And Roads

The Bureau of Land Management is looking for public comments to help evaluate the bureaus inventory of roads and trails in Northwest Colorado. The BLM counted and mapped all the roads and trails in the area last summer. They are now looking to verify the accuracy of the mapping and whether or Continue reading

MOCO Joins Law Suit Concerning Sage Grouse

Moffat County has joined a lawsuit against the BLM regarding its plan for Greater Sage Grouse management in Northwest Colorado. At their meeting yesterday, the Moffat County Commissioners entered into an agreement with Garfield, Jackson, and Rio Blanco counties to split the litigation expenses for the lawsuit. Garfield County will cover the majority of the Continue reading

Wyoming To Look At Gender Wage Gap

Wyoming lawmakers want to know why the state has the largest discrepancy in pay between woman and men. According to US Census Bureau data, Wyoming ranked 51st of all the states and Washington, D.C., in equality of men’s and women’s wages, with Continue reading

CO Unemployment Hits 15 Year Low

The unemployment level in Colorado fell .1% to 2.9% in January, reaching its lowest level since 2001, according to a new report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is well below the national unemployment rate which sits at 4.8%. The report Continue reading

BLM NW Regional Meeting Tomorrow

The Bureau of Land Management’s Northwest Resource Advisory Council will meet tomorrow at the Glenwood Springs Community Center. The meeting will run from eight to three with public comment scheduled from 10 to 2. They will be discussing pipeline permitting, cultural resource Continue reading

US House Looks To Give Land Control To Locals

The US House of representatives passed a resolution yesterday to void the BLM’s Planning 2.0 rule that took effect in December. The Planning 2.0 rule gave future control to the BLM for planning and use of nearly 250 million acres of public land, concentrated in western states, Continue reading