PLF Earns 2018 Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar!
The Public Lands Foundation has earned the 2018 Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar, the world’s largest source of nonprofit information. By sharing metrics, we’re helping the sector move beyond simplistic financial ratios to assess nonprofit progress. We’re proud to use GuideStar Platinum to share our full and complete story with the world. To reach the Platinum level, we added extensive information to our Nonprofit Profile: basic contact and organizational information; in-depth financial information; quantitative information about goals, strategies, and progress toward our mission.
Issues of Interest to the PLF
We’ve updated our Advocacy webpage to list some of the many issues that we follow and address through letters, testimony, position statements and publications.
PLF’s 2018 Annual Meeting to be Held in Billings, Montana in September
The PLF will hold its 2018 annual meeting from September 11-14. The theme for the meeting will be access to public land; this includes easement acquisition, land acquisition, exchanges, legal access, and physical access.
AP News Article on Interior Reorganization
The Associated Press published a news article on February 28 concerning Secretary Zinke’s proposed reorganization of the Interior Department and how it is viewed by eleven former Interior and bureau officials.
Bob Anderson’s Experience with Reorganization
Bob Anderson shares his experience and thoughts about reorganization.
View PLF’s Award Plaques on Display at BLM’s HQ!
In recognition of PLF’s awards to BLM managers and employees, the BLM proudly displays award plaques provided by the PLF. The award plaques are presently on display in the BLM Director’s Conference Room at the Main Interior Building in Washington, DC.
Bundy Case Dismissal – Follow-up Actions
The PLF recommends several follow-up actions that Interior should take after the Bundy family mistrial.
PLF’s 2017 Annual Report Now Available!
More Reorganization Perspectives on our Blog!
Read Mike Ford’s Perspective on BLM Reorganization
Read Mike Ford’s contribution to our ongoing blog about potential reorganization of the BLM and DOI.