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FEDERAL EMPLOYEES PROTECTING PUBLIC LANDS NOW WEAR OIL RIGS ON THEIR LAPELS

From: Vice

“The Bureau of Land Management gave out new identification cards for all its employees to wear out in the field — complete with illustrations of oil rigs and cowboys.">

INTERIOR AGENCY GIVES EMPLOYEES "VISION CARDS" DEPICTING OIL RIGS

From: Washington Post

“The bureau has begun distributing an unusual new accessory for some of its employees to wear: A card with an image of an oil rig on one side and cattle ranching…

WATCHDOG DECRIES WEARABLE 'VISION CARDS' AS PROPAGANDA

From: E & E Daily

“The Bureau of Land Management has circulated "vision cards" that employees can wear, outlining the agency's commitment to "the balanced stewardship of America's public…

OIL RIGS AND COWBOYS: INTERIOR AGENCY GIVES EMPLOYEES NEW CARDS TO WEAR

From: Washington Post

“The Bureau of Land Management has distributed an unusual new accessory for some of its employees to wear: A card with an image of an oil rig on one side and cattle…

FEDS’ DISCOUNTED GRAZING FEES HURT TAXPAYERS, ENVIRONMENT, REPORT SAYS

From: The Daily Yonder

““While heavily subsidized grazing is not new to this administration, reducing low fees even further is a step in the wrong direction,” said Kirsten Stade, advocacy…


News Releases

BLM BOUND TO BETRAY NEVADA DESERT MONUMENT

Reviews Rigged to Preclude Challenge to Last Minute Approval of Off-Road Race

NEW NEVADA MONUMENT TO BE RUTTED BY OFF-ROAD DESERT RACE

BLM Rigs Reviews to Route Vegas-Reno Race through Basin & Range Monument

BLM AGREES TO BEEF UP LIVESTOCK RANGE CONDITION REPORTS

Data Quantifying and Qualifying Grazing Effects on Land Health Belatedly Restored

SHAVING LIVESTOCK GRAZINGS CARBON HOOFPRINT

Complaints Target BLM Neutral Stance on Livestock Grazing Climate Impacts

BLM REPORTS RECORD LOW NUMBER OF THREATS IN 2014

Despite Armed Standoff, Agency Claims Least Assaults and Threats Since 1996