In the News, December 2, 2014


Today's Headlines: DuBois Column; Chevrolet just helped bring grasslands into the carbon market; Obama says Keystone XL is for exporting oil outside the U.S., experts disagree; Columbine Hondo wilderness bill one step closer to approval; Benefits of hydraulic fracturing in the G. W. Forest; Should Grizzlies Be Restored to the North Cascades?; Could Craters of the Moon Become a National Park?; The sights of Browns Canyon, possibly Colorado's next national monument.; Southern California storm triggers mudslides; BLM seeks comment on Escalante grazing plan; Bureau of Land Management rescinds Permit for Wolf and Coyote Derby; Grazing amendment seeks to protect Idaho permits; Federal lands: Transfer has financial benefits

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