Press Clips

Following are recent press clips from national publications that relate to PEER issues, campaigns and news releases.


THE RECORD: PARK MAINTENANCE

From: NorthJersey.com

"he success of the referendum measure was not surprising. New Jersey voters traditionally have supported initiatives to buy and preserve land on all levels of…

STAFF SHORTAGES HAMPER US WILDLIFE REFUGES

From: Chinook Observer

"Staffing at the nation’s 565 wildlife refuges and related properties shrank nearly 15 percent in the past decade, and more than one-third of those locations…

AGENCY REBUKED FOR ITS HANDLING OF TRIBAL REMAINS, ARTIFACTS

From: Greenwire

""It has been more than three years since Patrick Williams made his disclosure. A lot of time and money could have been saved had the Secretary of Interior done her…

BISON RANGE A TEST FOR JUNEAU, ZINKE PUBLIC LAND STANCES

From: Montana Public Radio

"A group called Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility agrees,and is suing to stop the proposed transfer by arguing that the it can’t happen without…

SPEEDY CORMORANT-KILLING OK'S URGED

From: Arkansas Online

"The judge said individual Form 37 permits, in the meantime, could be considered on a case-by-case basis because they were not part of the Public Employees for…

AGENCIA DE EEUU ADMITE QUE DANO CAMINO INDIGENA

From: 20 Minutos

"Los documentos fueron proporcionados a la AP por el grupo ambiental Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (Empleados Públicos por la Responsabilidad Ambiental)…

FALLOUT ESCALATES FROM TRAIL OF TEARS DAMAGE

From: Times Free Press

"On Sept. 19, the nonprofit group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, known as PEER, filed a complaint with U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack."

THOUSANDS OF NATIVE AMERICAN REMAINS LEFT IN BUREAUCRATIC LIMBO

From: SIT News

"A vast trove of Native American human remains and artifacts dug up in federal irrigation projects sit in boxes in violation of a law requiring they be inventoried and…

ALASKA LAWMAKERS ON GUARD FOR POTENTIAL NEW OFFSHORE MONUMENTS

From: Alaska Dispatch News

"Alaska lawmakers are on the lookout for potential presidential decrees that could block fishing and drilling in the state's ocean waters."

OBAMA'S MARINE MONUMENT DESIGNATIONS ARE GOOD BUT IGNORE COASTAL WATERS

From: Alaska Dispatch News

"In the final months of his administration, Obama needs to correct this spectacular omission by designating additional monuments in ecologically sensitive…