In the News, November 14, 2014

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Today's Headlines: Wilderness plan wins support; Forests for the future: First glimmers of forest plan draw polarized reactions; Feds list Gunnison sage grouse as 'threatened' under Endangered Species Act; Skamania Co. declares forest mangement Emergency; Seasonal BLM land restrictions planned; The federal government hasn’t legalized marijuana and it owns more than half the land in states where it is legal; Timber Salvage After 2014 Wildfires Begins In Fits And Starts; Deschutes County mulls basalt rock mine; Fate of Oregon's greater sage grouse uncertain after feds list Gunnison grouse as threatened; Vilifying, suing Montana ranchers no way to improve access; University of Utah Legal Analysis Ignores "Stubborn Facts" on the Transfer of Public Lands Movement

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In the News, Nobember 13, 2014

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Today's Headlines: Tomorrow's listing decision for Gunnison grouse will ruffle feathers; New organization to help reduce wildfire threat; State, county leaders push for park expansion in San Rafael Swell; San Marcos Wilderness Park Growing; Video: Veterans Day tribute showcases America’s public lands; A perplexing direction taken on BLM lands; Idaho BLM's new artist-in-residence program shows off wildlands in a new way

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In the News, November 12, 2014

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Today's Headlines: Endangered bird blitz: Colorado presses feds for more time on grouse; Illegal pot grows destroying Colorado's; National Forests, U.S. Forest Service says; Custer, Fremont voters reject monuments; Poll on Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein: Step aside; Shifting winds in public lands debate; Feds: Colorado oilman failed to report production; Conservation group buys 165,000 acres of Plum Creek timberlands in effort to keep land wild 

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In the News, November 11, 2014

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Today's Headlines: Coffman Urges the President to Increase Wildfire Prevention Funding; How to not get killed (or arrested) while watching wildlife; Millions wasted on 'wrong solutions' to fire prevention -- study; PAUL GESSING AND CARL GRAHAM: It’s federal government that’s doing ‘land grab’; National Forest amends Land Management Plan; Is possible San Rafael Swell state park another Utah land grab?; Making a (better) case for forest restoration; Grand Canyon National Park Proposing Increase In Fees To Help Pay For Repairs, Maintenance; Alaska’s Murkowski seeks more drilling, faster permits with energy plan

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In the News, November 10, 2014

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Today's Headlines: Gartersnake protection lawsuit to cite grazing; Cow Prices Jump Over the Moon; Top federal officials gathered in Boise say endangered listing for sage grouse can be avoided; Supervisors endorse making Lake Berryessa a national monument; Federal parks, monuments to waive fees; My Turn: Somerville's opinion hypocritical; A trail divided: Future of Mantua-area public lands stirs debate; Will Cell Phone Companies Ruin National Parks by Installing Wi-Fi in the Wilderness?; Commission asks for congressman to aid in ranching dispute

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In the News, November 7, 2014

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Today's Headlines: Murkowski readies for reins of Senate Energy; Scott Clem wins state race for Campbell County; Ecosystem expert says landowners key to saving endangered species; NM oil production pushing US closer to energy independence, industry official says; Fees waived at national forests for Veterans Day weekend; Victory: PLF and People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners defeat unconstitutional Endangered Species Act regulation; BLM asks drivers to watch for wild horses on roads; OFF LIMITS: Ruling prohibits roads, building, mining on forest lands; Commentary: It’s time to tell EPA and the Corps: Ditch the rule

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In the News, November 6, 2014

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Today's Headlines: Forest Service Photo Rules Won't Apply to Media; Searching for clues in case of missing San Gabriels National Monument: Larry Wilson; Our federal landlord has done Colorado no favors; "Our Energy Policy is Insane: This is the Inconvenient Truth”; San Bernardino National Forest Signs Record of Decision for Land Management Plan Amendment; BLM plan would tag more of Southern Nevada for protection; Land users angry about land swap, county may consider alternatives; Guest Opinion: Forest Service filming rules need to go

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In The News, November 5, 2014

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Today's Headlines: Openshaw: Mr. Bureaucrat, may I please have a drink of water?; Healthy Public Lands Mean Healthy Economies | Commentary; Reader View: Feds are the real land-grabbers; BLM plans controlled burns this month; Dianne Feinstein may ask Obama to bypass Congress to protect Mojave sites; Possible fee increases at local National Parks

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In the News, Nobember 4, 2014

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Today's Headlines: Tale of the West and beyond: Where laws end, tyranny begins; DuBois Column; PILT payment needs to be guarantee; Landgrab: Idaho couple fights long land battle with BLM; State lawmaker wants to take over BLM-managed Little Sahara; A new push for protecting public lands in the desert; New Maps Promote Lake Mead National Recreation Area's "Accessible Wilderness"; This Beautiful Bird Might Thwart the Oil and Gas Industry's Drilling Plans

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In the News, November 3, 2014

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Today's Headlines: Time for an Endangered Species Act makeover; The only one ‘seizing’ federal lands is Uncle Sam; Utah Governor Pushing For Regulatory Primacy on Federal Lands; Washington County condemns BLM for Recapture Canyon closure, Blanding; calls for reopening; ‘Grass March’ Turned Out to Be Final Ride for Original Sagebrush Rebel.

 

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