The Secretary of the Interior was making an appearance at a private event sponsored by the conservative Steamboat Institute’s Freedom Conference.
The buffer zone surrounding the former trigger manufacturing site was turned into a refuge that the government intends to allow trail access to.
The plan is jarring for the development's opponents, who thought an earlier judge's decision closed the book on the development.
Secretary Ryan Zinke is planning to move BLM headquarters. Coloradans in Congress are angling for a Colorado location.
Rather than the old Western yarn of “water is for fighting,” can a focus on historical conservation cooperation teach us anything?
While Costilla County has only 3,524 residents, due to its unique history it has more than 45,000 landowners, mostly absentee.
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.
Zinke has made reorganizing the Interior — which manages 780,000 square miles of public lands, mostly in the West — a signature mission since taking over the agency.
The changes follow complaints from a bipartisan group of Western state governors that the secretary did not consult them.
The proposal would relocate many of the Interior Department's top decision-makers from Washington to still-undisclosed cities in the West.