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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

CATTLE TRAMPLE SAGE GROUSE RECOVERY PROSPECTS

New Grazing Data Center Documents Widespread Habitat Damage

NEVADA RANCHERS SUFFER FROM SELF-DELUDED DROUGHT DENIAL

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

BLM WEIGHS WILD HORSE IMPACT MUCH MORE HEAVILY THAN CATTLE

Agency Sage Grouse Review Puts Thumb on Scale to Magnify Wild Horse and Burro Effects

NEVADA U.S. ATTORNEY SITS ON CRIMINAL REFERRALS FROM BLM

35 Prosecution Requests Made on April 30th Still in Limbo as DOJ Withholds Status

EXTREMIST ANTI-GOVERNMENT MILITIAS ON THE RISE

DHS Assessment Finds Inaction on Bundy Stand-Off Likely to Spur More Violence