Al Hibbard (right) mine manager of Deserado Mine in Rangely, smiles and shakes hands with business owner and Rangely Town trustee Brad Casto, pictured with fellow trustee Clayton Gohr and Rangely Town Manager Peter Brixius after a public hearing hosted by the Bureau of Land Management seeking public comment on the Environmental Assessment (EA) proposal for Blue Mountain Energy to lease additional acres on BLM-managed lands adjacent to the existing Deserado Mine. Casto and Gohr, along with others, spoke in favor of the proposed lease and of the important role the mine plays in the Rangely community and economy.
The Bureau of Land Management and cooperating partners are planning a wild-horse-gather in the Piceance East-Douglas Herd Management Area on July 15. Ongoing bait-trap, range monitoring and related activities leading up to the gather are […]
RBC I On Friday, the Bureau of Land Management canceled 25 natural gas leases in the White River National Forest after the U.S Geological Survey noted that the Piceance Basin is among the largest natural […]
MEEKER I The Bureau of Land Management is now seeking public comments concerning proposed gathers of excess wild horses in areas managed by the BLM White River Field Office.