Partners complete trail

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MEEKER I The ERBM Recreation and Park District partnered with Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC) and the Bureau of Land Management White River Field Office on the area’s first VOC Trial construction project. Local and volunteers from across the state of Colorado gathered to complete approximately 1,000 feet of trail from the China Wall Meadow […]

AGNC requests action on sage grouse report

RBC I Associated Governments of Northwest Colorado (AGNC) chairman Mike Samson, acting on behalf of the five-county membership, has written to Colorado Governor Hickenlooper asking for immediate assistance regarding the damaging impact that will result if the BLM adopts the National Technical Team’s (NTT) report. The report is considered by many as the extreme alternative […]

Comments: New pipeline

RBC I The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public comment on an Environmental Assessment of a proposed 95-mile 16-inch pipeline to transport natural gas liquids.

BLM begins gathering of 50 horses

MEEKER I The Bureau of Land Management is scheduled to begin an emergency gather of about 50 horses on Sunday in the West Douglas Herd Area south of Rangely.

No fireworks on public lands

RBC | The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) would like to remind citizens that the possession and use of fireworks on public land are strictly regulated according to Federal laws.

Public comments needed

MEEKER I The Bureau of Land Management seeks public comment on Phase 1 of a proposed foot and bicycle connection trail between Ute Park and Philip and Dorcas Jensen Memorial Park near Meeker. 

BLM introduces new website

RBC I The Bureau of Land Management Colorado state office is unveiling a new website to highlight its quarterly oil and natural gas lease sales and create an easy, transparent process to engage the public in light of oil and gas leasing reform.

Sportsmen urge BLM to use caution

RBC I As federal officials consider how to move forward on oil shale development, a sportsmen’s coalition is urging caution because no proven technology exists and the impacts on the West’s public lands, fish, wildlife, water and air quality are unknown.

BLM seeks bids to provide wild horse pasture

RBC I As part of its responsibility to manage and protect wild horses and burros, the Bureau of Land Management is soliciting bids for new, publicly accessible pasture facilities located in the continental United States that provide a free-roaming environment. 

BLM meeting about oil shale, tar sands

RBC | The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will host four public meetings in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming to answer questions about and solicit comments on the oil shale and tar sands draft programmatic environmental impact statement.

BLM hosts student art contest

RBC I The Bureau of Land Management’s Colorado office, in partnership with the Public Lands Foundation and the Center of the American West, will host a juried art contest for Colorado high school students to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the General Land Office.  

Proposed water facility in Piceance

meeker I The Bureau of Land Management seeks public comment on a proposal from BOPCO, L.P., to construct a facility 20 miles west of Meeker, Colo., to treat produced water from oil and gas development on the Piceance Basin and discharge it into Yellow Creek.