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.
Public scoping meetings scheduled on proposals covering nearly 18,000 permits, leases on 155 million acres
Udall secured critical funding for environmental protection in New Mexico and the nation, sending resources to Chaco Canyon, public lands, Indian country programs, arts and humanities
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“Mr. Pendley is simply unfit to lead the BLM— repeatedly calling for the sale of public lands and the dismantling of critical protections for wildlife. New Mexico is proud of our millions of acres of public lands that support a thriving outdoor recreation economy and are home to iconic species including the desert bighorn to Gila trout. Protecting these wild spaces is critical to our rich natural inheritance, our economic success, and is part of an essential legacy to pass on to our children and future generations to come,” Udall said.
Citing a lack of meaningful analysis and consultation, Udall & McCollum call on BLM to suspend any efforts to move headquarters and abruptly relocate staff
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.