Martha Hahn is forced out of her job as Idaho state
director of the BLM, largely because she backed grazing cutbacks in
the Owyhee Mountains.
by Stephen Stuebner,
Mar 18, 2002
An off-roading conservationist navigates some gnarly landscape on the road to more protection for the Utah desert.
by Craig Childs,
Jul 21, 2014
The Sagebrush Rebellion smolders when the BLM impounds and
tries to auction off cattle owned by ranchers Ben Colvin and Jack
Vogt for refusing to pay for grazing allotments.
by Jon Christensen,
Aug 27, 2001
Wyoming rancher Brad Mead gives up his 2,000-acre grazing
lease in Grand Teton National Park.
by Jack Clinton,
Sep 24, 2001
Scientists and snowmobilers team up for smarter wolverine management.
by Sarah Jane Keller,
Jun 18, 2014
By making our national parks more welcoming to minorities, we realize the potential of “America’s Best Idea.”
by Jonathan Thompson,
May 12, 2014
The latest Sagebrush Rebellion flare-up in Nevada was unusually fierce.
by Christi Turner,
May 06, 2014
BLM and Forest Service officials say they have little
power to prevent drilling in an area once it’s been
OK’d for leasing, but critics say the government simply
refuses to use its power
by Jodi Peterson,
Sep 04, 2006
Steve Ficklin is an oil and gas safety inspector for the
Bureau of Land Management in western Colorado
by Stephanie Paige Ogburn,
Aug 21, 2006
Newly appointed Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne has a
chance to use his deal-making abilities to bring change to the way
Western public lands are managed
by Rocky Barker,
Jun 12, 2006