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Ken Salazar

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  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service unveils plan to fight white-nose syndrome in bats

     
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Tuesday released a national plan to enhance collaboration among the states, federal agencies and tribes trying to manage a rapidly spreading disease that has killed more than 1 million hibernating bats since it......
  • Salazar backpedals: Politics stalls wilderness designation, again

     
    I am confirming today that, pursuant to the 20 II CR, the BLM will not designate any lands as 'Wild Lands.' "...
  • Fish Report for Fri., June 3, 2011

     
    Now that the weather has turned absolutely gorgeous, it’s primetime to really spend some quality time fishing. The Lehigh River Stocking Association is holding its first Lunkerfest 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday from the Bowmanstown/East Penn boat launch...
  • Drilling in Arctic waters? Scientists aren't sure if it is safe

     
    Escalating oil prices and diminishing supplies around the world are focusing more attention than ever on the vast petroleum reserves under the Arctic seabed, and in the relatively pristine shoreline areas of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the...
  • Interior department to hold big gulf oil lease sale

     
    The Obama administration plans to offer more than 20 million acres in the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas leases, the first such sale since the Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill....
  • 2 endangered species grants go to Florida

     
    From the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Secretary of the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has announced more than $53 million in grants to 17 states to support conservation planning and acquisition of vital habitat for threatened and endangered fish,...
  • Cesar Chavez's retreat named to National Register of Historic Places

     
    Cesar Chavez: The late labor leader's retreat in the Tehachapi Mountains has been named to the National Register of Historic Places....
  • Interior Secretary Ken Salazar jabs GOP on San Joaquin River pact

     
    U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar took some shots Monday at Republican efforts to roll back environmental protections and repeal a historic river restoration agreement in California....
  • US Is Toughening Scrutiny Of Deepwater Drilling

    US Is Toughening Scrutiny Of Deepwater Drilling
    The government said Monday it is toughening environmental reviews for all new deepwater oil drilling, ending an easy path to oil riches that allowed BP to drill its blown-out well in the Gulf of Mexico with little federal scrutiny. The step is meant to...
  • New Orleans Analysis: Where Are Lost Jobs From Drilling Ban?

    New Orleans Analysis: Where Are Lost Jobs From Drilling Ban?
    The ban on deepwater petroleum drilling in the Gulf of Mexico is in its third month and the forecasts of thousands of lost jobs in Louisiana just haven't materialized. Why not? And could it still happen? It's a worry for the state's economy, for sure,...
  • Top Administration Officials Meet with Gulf Coast Damage Assessment Trustees; Visit Delta National Wildlife Refuge

    Top Administration Officials Meet with Gulf Coast Damage Assessment Trustees; Visit Delta National Wildlife Refuge
    Top federal officials met today with the trustees overseeing the natural resource damage assessment for the Gulf of Mexico to discuss the on-going response efforts to the BP oil spill and to reiterate the Administration's commitment to long-term Gulf...