"There is no proposal to offer any leases in the San Luis Valley,” said BLM spokesman Steven Hall.
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This week the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt, announced the federal government would rollback emissions standards for automobiles.
The plan would force visitors to pay $70 per vehicle during the peak summer season.
“In an extreme dust year, we can see the snowpack disappear on the order of 2 months early,” said Jeff Deems of the University of Colorado.
At least when it comes to heat, the reason for the new certainty is running models which show heat of this extent would not have been possible.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Thursday it will consider reclassifying the humpback chub as threatened within the next year.
The bill sets aside more than $20 billion over 10 years to allow the Forest Service and other federal agencies end a practice of raiding non-fire-related accounts.
Weeds, feral cats, insects and other pests are invading the West.
Researcher Daniel Raimi says he wrote his own book on hydraulic fracturing after he couldn’t find a book to recommend to others.
After the Colorado state legislature codified what e-bikes are and where they can go, many open space managers are deciding if e-bikes are right for them.
The president of the Colorado Mining Association is “feeling confident that we’ve reached stability in terms of the six remaining mines in Colorado.”
A year into his tenure, Secretary Ryan Zinke has emerged as the point person for the administration's goal of American "energy dominance."