The bipartisan legislation being considered will expedite forest management, accelerate post-fire restoration and reforestation, and remove dead and dangerous wood from national forests.
Relocation of staff resources enhances the Bureau’s ability to serve the American public
As Utah State Director, Sheehan will oversee management of nearly 22.9 million acres of public lands, representing about 42% of the state
Cheatgrass has transformed arid sagebrush plant communities in the Great Basin by providing a fine-textured, early maturing fuel that increases the chance, rate, spread, and season of wildfires.
BLM designates fee-free day at its recreation and visitor sites as part of annual event
?Proposed regulatory changes by the U.S. Forest Service would streamline the way the agency handles environmental analysis and decision-making
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Forest Service proposed changes to how the agency manages greater sage grouse
In an effort to align brand program management costs and revenues from brand fees, the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food (UDAF) is announcing changes to some of the fees and structure that were proposed by the Utah Livestock Brand Board and passed at the 2019 Legislative Session.
Utah’s School and Institutional Trust Lands Association (SITLA) Board of Trustees voted to increase the livestock grazing fees for both scattered and block sections.
Western states should take the necessary action to require the federal government to transfer select federal lands to state control