Latest Wilderness study area Stories
New approach will help all interests work toward consensus on public land protection WASHINGTON, Dec.
By Stephen Speckman Deseret News Plans have been finalized to set aside 1.9 million acres of public land in Utah, Colorado and Wyoming for commercial development of about 800 billion barrels of recoverable oil, the Bureau of Land Management announced Thursday.
By Selma Sierra The Federal Land Policy and Management Act mandates that Bureau of Land Management manage public lands for multiple uses such as outdoor recreation, livestock grazing, energy exploration and production, conservation and timber production.
By Patty Henetz, The Salt Lake Tribune Jul. 19--The conflict between motorized travel and quieter recreation isn't likely to subside any time soon in the Kanab region. The U.S.
By Steve Tetreault By STEVE TETREAULT stephens washington bureau WASHINGTON - The Bureau of Land Management on Wednesday renewed a call for Congress to release 10,240 acres of federal land at Sunrise Mountain from wilderness study, which the agency said would make it easier to remove trash and manage other evidence of sprawl on the eastern outskirts of Las Vegas.
By STACI MATLOCK Tom Udall leads a push to recognize the 17,638-acre Sabinoso Wilderness World: Public access relies on landowners SABINOSO WILDERNESS, N.M. -- Sam DesGeorges rested his buckskin horse on a rocky trail midway up a mesa in northeastern New Mexico.
- A small wooded valley; a dell.
- The protecting weather-shed built around the entrance to a house.