News Releases

BLM SAYS IT CANNOT TRACK CATTLE ON ITS LANDS

Blames Lack of “Seamless Data” for Excluding Livestock from Range Assessments

BLM DUCKS COMPLAINT ABOUT SUPPRESSING LIVESTOCK DAMAGE

Landscape Assessments in Limbo after Scientists Told to Ignore Livestock Impacts

LIVESTOCK’S HEAVY HOOVES IMPAIR ONE-THIRD OF BLM RANGELANDS

33 million Acres of BLM Grazing Allotments Fail Basic Rangeland Health Standards

GRAZING PUNTED FROM FEDERAL STUDY OF LAND CHANGES IN WEST

Scientists Told to Not Consider Grazing Due to Fear of Lawsuits and Data Gaps

DEADLY DOMESTIC SHEEP DISEASE THREATENS ENDANGERED SIERRA NEVADA BIGHORN

Feds Threatened With Legal Action to Close Grazing Allotments, Remedy Endangered Species Act Violations

SAN MIGUEL COUNTY JOINS COALITION SEEKING GUNNISON SAGE-GROUSE PROTECTION

TELLURIDE, COLO. – San Miguel County in Colorado has formally joined an effort to protect the Gunnison sage-grouse under the federal Endangered Species Act. The County’s action is in response to a decision…

BLM DIRECTOR URGED RANCHERS TO SUE HER AGENCY

Kathleen Clarke Tried to Block Award of Grazing Permit to Grand Canyon Trust

9TH CIRCUIT NOMINEE IN THE LOOP ON GRAZING DEAL

New Questions on Myers’ Veracity Warrant Investigation

COURT FINDS BUSH ADMINISTRATION DESERT SPECIES PERMITS ILLEGAL

Landmark decision finds U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service used illegal definition

WYOMING WILD HORSE HERD ON BRINK OF STARVATION

Emergency Removal of Horses But Not Cattle Inspector General Report on Grazing Enforcement Stalled