Tim Faber, a carpenter, ranch hand and ‘redneck
liberal,’ devotes himself to preserving the wild landscapes
of Montana’s Missouri River Breaks
by Ron Selden,
Feb 07, 2005
The BLM’s plans to spray nearly a million acres with
herbicides have some environmentalists fuming, but biologists and
land managers welcome the policy.
by Eve Rickert,
Jul 24, 2007
A retired geophysicist named Jim Smith successfully challenges Arizona's Coconino National Forest on access fees.
by Daniel Kraker,
Jul 05, 2011
Conflicts began after the BLM banned ranchers from fighting fire on public land. But a surprising solution has emerged.
by Emily Guerin,
May 08, 2013
The Boulder-White Clouds wilderness bill tries to give
something to everybody, as a list of some of its provisions
by Ray Ring,
Nov 22, 2004
Bob Abbey, recently retired from the Bureau of Land Management, discusses democracy, energy development, and agency culture.
by Joshua Zaffos,
Oct 01, 2012
Assistant editor Sarah Gilman explains why we should care about categorical exclusions.
by Marty Durlin,
Nov 04, 2009
In Las Vegas, the Bureau of Land Management offers up
cheap land for affordable housing.
by Christine Hoekenga,
Nov 26, 2007
Montana Congressman Denny Rehberg, R, wants to yank
private lands out of the Upper Missouri River Breaks National
Monument, but some local ranchers fear his bill will just make it
harder for them to sell their property.
by Mark Matthews,
Oct 27, 2003
The Bureau of Land Management is working with landscape architects and camouflage experts to better disguise renewable energy infrastructure on public lands.
by Kimberly Hirai,
Nov 03, 2011