Read the Latest Edition of our Public Lands Monitor Newsletter!
Bob Anderson’s Experience with Reorganization
Bob Anderson shares his experience and thoughts about reorganization here.
Deadline Extended for Award Nominations
PLF is extending to March 1, 2018 the deadline to submit nominations for our annual Managerial/Administrative and Technical/Operational Outstanding Public Land Professional Employee Awards. To nominate a deserving BLM employee, see details here.
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. View images of our award plaques!
Bundy Case Dismissal – Follow-up Actions
PLF recommends several follow-up actions that Interior should take after the Bundy family mistrial. Read our letter to Secretary of the Interior Zinke.
PLF and BLM Actively Recruiting College Students for the 4th Biennial Student Congress
The Student Congress will be held in Baker City, Oregon from August 22-25, 2018 in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and the National Trails Act. Click here for details and how to apply!
Mat Millenbach Opines About Reorganization
Read Mat’s experience with reorganization here!
PLF’s 2017 Annual Report Now Available!
2017 was a busy year for the Public Lands Foundation! Read our 2017 Annual Report for a summary of our activities and accomplishments.
Proposed Wilderness Act Amendments
PLF President Jesse Juen raises concerns about proposed amendments to the Wilderness Act 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.
Read More About BLM’s Reorganization History!
PLF Vice President Don Simpson recalls the impact on BLM of the Clinton Administration’s National Performance Review during 1993-2001 in our latest blog.
PLF Submits Testimony on DOI Reorganization
On December 7, PLF President Jesse Juen submitted written testimony to the House Natural Resources Committee, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. The Subcommittee held a hearing on “Transforming the Department of the Interior for the 21st Century.” The proceedings can be viewed here.
Reorganization the Last Resort
Read PLF President Jesse Juen’s thoughts about Secretary of the Interior Zinke’s proposed departmental reorganization on our blog.
2018 Scholarship Application Available!
PLF’s George Lea Founder’s Scholarship application is now available for the 2018/2019 academic year! Click here for details.
PLF’s Ray Brady Testifies on the ONSHORE Act.
Ray Brady testified on behalf of the PLF on November 7, 2017 before the House Natural Resources’ subcommittee on Energy and Minerals opposing the draft ONSHORE Act which would enable States with established permitting and regulatory programs to manage certain federal permitting and regulatory responsibilities for oil and gas development on Federal lands within their borders. Read his written testimony. Also, read PLF’s letter to Chairman Bishop opposing the bill.
PLF is now on Instagram!
Click on the Instagram logo to the right and follow us there! Share your photos of public lands and activities on public lands with us! We’ll post them on our Instagram site. Send to: email@example.com
National Wild Horse & Burro Rangeland Management Coalition
Advocating for commonsense, ecologically-sound approaches to managing horses and burros to promote healthy wildlife and rangelands for future generations.
For more information visit us at: www.wildhorserange.org.