William Perry Pendley will continue as the acting director of the Bureau of Land Management.
Senators, including Colorado's Michael Bennet, have asked the Interior Secratory
BLM quarterly leases reached $600,000 in Colorado for the most recent quarter of 2019.
About 200 Bureau of Land Management employees in Washington, D.C., are being reassigned to Grand Junction, Colorado. Some are making hard choices about the move, including finding other jobs and leaving family behind.
The Bureau of Land Management has selected a site to lease as its headquarters moves from Washington, D.C., to Colorado.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis has asked the Bureau of Land Management to review a new management plan in light of state regulations.
The Bureau of Land Management has sold more than 660 acres in Nevada for an average of $259,000 per acre.