Beginning Nov. 9, the Bureau of Land Management Taos Field Office plans to conduct an up to 200-acre prescribed burn near San Pedro in two units.
Attorney General Hector Balderas announced that the State of New Mexico, along with California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, and the California Air Resources Board prevailed in their lawsuit challenging the Trump Administration’s attempt to repeal the Waste Prevention Rule, a commonsense measure to reduce the enormous waste of natural gas on public lands.
U.S. House Assistant Speaker Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.) issued the following statement on the House passage of the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act to address police brutality.
With the easing of public health and safety restrictions enacted by State of New Mexico health officials, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), today announced that the Taos Field Office is increasing recreational access and services at some recreation sites.
BLM To Hold Public Scoping Meetings For Horsethief Mesa Travel Management Plan And Environmental Assessment
The Bureau of Land Management invites the public to participate in an online public engagement meeting on the travel and transportation planning process for the Horsethief Mesa Travel Management Area (TMA). The TMA is north of Arroyo Hondo, N.M., on the east rim of the Rio Grande.
The order takes effect on Feb. 27, 2020 and expires on Dec. 31, 2020.
Beginning Feb. 1 and continuing for up to 30 days, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will be conducting prescribed burns in the Río Grande del Norte National Monument on the Guadalupe Mountains
FARMINGTON, NM – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) New Mexico has announced the appointment of Al Elser as the Farmington District Manager. Elser was sworn in to his position at a ceremony in Farmington on Dec. 11, 2019 by BLM New Mexico State Director Tim Spisak. “I am so pleased that we were able […]
“This bipartisan bill – which makes key investments to benefit and strengthen New Mexico, Indian Country, and the entire nation – is a great example of why the difficult work of the appropriations process is worth it. The bill provides strong resources to protect our public lands and the thriving outdoor economy they fuel, as well as funding key programs for Native and rural communities.
TAOS ― As part of its ongoing efforts to better serve the public, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Taos Field Office has begun a pilot program offering permits for fuelwood and Christmas trees online.