By George Wuerthner as published on The Wildlife News BLM plans to expand Public Land destruction caused by Welfare Ranching The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is rewriting its grazing regulations to allow more “flexibility” into range management. The agency even proposes increases in grazing seasons and numbers. […]
by Erik Molvar as published on Counterpunch.org The Trump administration is stampeding ahead with a rewrite of the regulations implementing the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). This landmark law requires federal agencies to study—and let the public weigh in on—the environmental impacts of federal actions. Ironically, given NEPA’s […]
Federally subsidized ‘Good Ole Boys’ spout lies, propaganda and full blown BS to further line their pockets while decimating America’s protected Wild Treasures
“Long time advocate and friend, Grandma Gregg, has alerted us to this very important public comment and has gone so far as to allow us to print her communication to the BLM. The importance of posting her words, here, is not to copy and paste them but to give all of us talking points that we can utilize in our own personal comments. She has included BLM contact information in her letter, below. Thanks to all who are the voices for those who cannot speak for themselves” ~ R.T.
When The BLM Moved Into Grand Junction, Protesters Were There To Un-Welcome Them To The Neighborhood
By Stina Sieg as published on CPR News As the Bureau of Land Management opened in its new national headquarters in Grand Junction on Thursday, about two dozen protesters were there to greet it… Bundled up against the cold and waving homemade signs, the mostly older crowd seemed […]
By Ginger Kathrens as published on The Salt Lake Tribune A spending bill passed by the U.S. Senate on Oct. 31 offers the Bureau of Land Management a $35 million appropriation to reduce wild horse and burro populations in Western states by two-thirds. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty […]
The “welfare ranchers” on public lands whine and blame the wild horses & burros for eating too much forage, but the bigger problem is that the Bureau of Land Management turns a blind eye to the impacts of privately owned livestock grazing on public lands. This article by […]