In the News, January 14, 2015
Fight Over Public Lands Topic of GOP 'Freedom Forum;' Legislative Committee Proposes $100,000 Study of Public Lands Transfer to Wyoming.Read more
In The News, January 8, 2015
Deadline for Public Lands Transfer Passes, State Considers Litigation; Utah Gears Up for Lands Fight as Deadline Passes; Feds Miss Public Lands Deadline as Utah Gears Up for a Fight; Room for Local Voices in Land Debate, Scholars Says; Openshaw: We are Fighting the 'Big Boys' for Our Land; Public Land Transfers Debated.Read more
In The News, January 6, 2015
Today's Headlines: Deadline for public lands transfer passes, state considers litigation; Utah gears up for lands fight as deadline passes; Battle Brews Between Western States, US Gov't Over Public Land Ownership; Fight is ON: Utah issues Dec 31 deadline to feds
No. 1 Most Popular Story of 2014 on sltrib.com - Western Lawmakers Gather in Utah to Talk Federal Land Takeover
Any idea which story "garnered the most attention online over the last 12 months"?
Drumroll please ....Read more
Fight Is ON: Utah Issues Dec 31 Deadline to Feds Over Lands
The national government of Canada is cooperating in good faith and has transferred lands, water and resources to its provinces and territories -- but NOT the United States. With all that's going on in the world and the economy, shouldn't the federal government focus on doing well those things that only it can do -- like world peace and a sound monetary system? Why won't the federal government honor the very same statehood terms to Utah and the Western states to transfer the public lands that it already honored with all States east of Colorado so that these lands can be managed by those whose lives and livelihoods most depend upon the wise stewardship of the lands?
Word of our federal government's blatantly unequal, discriminatory treatment of the western states is getting out internationally. Watch and share this RT News Report and, if you are ready to take a stand, Sign & Share this Petition.
In the News, December 30, 2014
Today's Headlines: Forest Service Betrays its Heritage, Assaults Water Rights; The 10 Best Animal Photos from the Department of the Interior's Instagram Account; Hike Death Valley and Gain a Decal for your Death Valley National Park Memorabilia Collection.Read more
In the News, December 29, 2014
Today's Headlines: County Calls for Local Control of Federal Lands; Federal Government has Mismanaged its Lands; Monument Status Eyed for Brown's Canyon; 'Thinning the Blood' of the National Park System; Shoshone National Forest Declares 3 Areas Off Limits to Vehicles; Fire Management Concerns Growing; Legislation on Federal Lands Buried in Defense Authorization Bill; Forest Thinning Means Water for the Future; Study: Utah Could Manage Federally Controlled Land; Utah to Seize Own Land from Government, Challenge Federal Dominance of Western States; Why are the Feds Harassing Navajo Shepherds?Read more
In the News, December 11, 2014
Today's Headlines: Cedar Thom timber project moving forward; Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The EPA Rule on Ozone Levels and the Intermountain West; EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE ACT; Modernizing the Federal Coal Program; Save Browns Canyon from its would-be saviors; Commission will pursue outside counsel for public lands fight; Wyoming sues feds, claiming too many wild horsesRead more
In the News, December 10, 2014
Today's Headlines: Greens Take Fight over California Offshore Fracking to Federal Court; BLM sued - no environmental review of coal leasing since 1979; Wyoming Files Suit to Force BLM to Manage Wild Horses; For Delaware, a national park upgrade; Creating monument involves steps; Sealaska land transfer includes logging, energy, cemetery sites; Economic study: Utah could benefit from managing public lands; Are US Hunters an Endangered Species?; Wilderness watchers wonder what's next for Montana wild countryRead more
In the News, December 9, 2014
Today's Headlines: National parks floating huge fee increases; Utah to seize own land from government, challenge federal dominance of Western states; Why every American should care about California's Moonlight fire case; Wilderness watchers wonder what's next for Montana wild country; Colorado’s Brown’s Canyon is best left alone; Lawmakers to Debate Future of Public Lands; Congress Gives Native American Lands to Foreign Mining Company With New NDAA; Lawmakers must heed locally grown solutions; Utah proves states can manage federal landRead more