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Bill Looks To Give Oil And Gas Control To States

Wyoming U.S. Representative Liz Cheney has co-sponsored a bill which would give control of oil and gas development on federal lands to the states. The Federal Land Freedom Act would allow states to demonstrate they have the enforcement and regulatory infrastructure to oversee oil and gas permitting on federal land. Proponents of the bill Continue reading

Volunteers Needed for Trail Work Near Meeker

meeker-300Volunteers are needed September 19th to help expand the popular hiking and biking trail system adjacent to Meeker. Work will include maintaining the popular China Wall Trail above Meeker and constructing the new East Ridge Trail. The project is in observance of National Public Lands Day, and offers the public a chance Continue reading

4th Graders Can Get Free Passes to National Parks

Dinosaur-National-Monument-Dinosaur National Monument invites all 4th grade students to visit the monument for free as part of the White House’s new Every Kid in a Park program. 4th grade students can now go to a website to complete an activity and obtain a free Continue reading

Survey Shows Americans Want More Power for States

WESTERN ENERGY ALLIANCEAmericans strongly support using resources on public lands to produce energy, and giving states more control over regulating those activities. That’s according to a poll commissioned by Continue reading

Veterans Can Visit Parks Free on Veterans Day

VETERANSThe National Park Service and Colorado Parks and Wildlife offer all military men and women free admission to state and national parks on Veterans Day. That includes Dinosaur National Monument. To obtain free admission to a park, veterans, active duty military personnel and their families must show a valid active, reserve Continue reading