Bureau of Land Management
Biologists and federal officials hope to direct booming oil, gas and wind development away from the rare reptile in southwest Wyoming and northwest Colorado
Conflicts began after the BLM banned ranchers from fighting fire on public land. But a surprising solution has emerged.
A federal agency asserts its water rights to the San Pedro river in a case that might eventually lead to limits on growth in Arizona.
A controversial proposal for the nation’s biggest chunk of public land aims to allow energy development -- and protect wildlife.
Bob Abbey, recently retired from the Bureau of Land Management, discusses democracy, energy development, and agency culture.
On public land in New Mexico, firewood-hunters have illegally cut down hundreds of old-growth juniper trees, much to the dismay of the Bureau of Land Management and environmental activists.
Buying out grazing permits from willing ranchers could help solve conflicts over grazing on public lands.