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BUNDY REIGNS: FEDS STILL IGNORING ILLEGAL GRAZING

From: The District Sentinel

“The latest records were released Thursday by the watchdog group, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER). They were obtained following…

THE BATTLE OVER BUNKERVILLE: THE BUNDYS, THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE NEW MILITIA MOVEMENT

From: PBS

“Threats and assaults against federal employees working in the wilderness were on the rise, according to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a nonprofit group…

PUBLIC LANDS: OFF-ROAD RACE DIDN'T RUN THROUGH NEVADA MONUMENT AFTER ALL

From: Greenwire

""Kind of a weird ending," said Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, who protested the race passing through Basin and…

OFF-ROAD RACE DIDN'T RUN THROUGH NEVADA MONUMENT AFTER ALL

From: ABC News

"Ruch said he didn't learn of the last-minute detour until he received a confidential call from a BLM employee earlier this week. The agency's failure to inform the public…

BLM APPROVES OFF ROAD RACE

From: Nevada Appeal

"“This desert race episode shows BLM at its worst — misdirected, duplicitous and downright sleazy,” said Jeff Ruch. “It is disturbing that BLM lavished such a large…


News Releases

NEVADA RANCHERS SUFFER FROM SELF-DELUDED DROUGHT DENIAL

Data Backs BLM Manager’s Allotment Cuts in Face of “Cowboy Express” Protest

AFTER DEATHS, BLM PERMITS BIGGER OFF-ROAD RACE THIS WEEKEND

Problem-Plagued Vegas-to-Reno Race Marked by Inability to Enforce Permit Rules

OFF-ROAD ABUSES PROMPT CALL FOR PROBE OF BLM-NEVADA

Recreation Planner Resigns in Frustration After “Body Part” Incident in Ghost Town

AMARGOSA TOAD LEAPS TOWARD ENDANGERED SPECIES STATUS

Fish & Wildlife Service Announces Review Leading to Endangered Species Listing

FEDERAL WILDLIFE AGENT WHISTLEBLOWER REINSTATED FOR APPEAL

Judge Finds “Substantial Likelihood” Whistleblower Will Prevail in His Complaint