Tag: bureau of land management
Members of the Unified Narcotic Enforcement Team (UNET) conducted a drug bust last Friday at an illegal cannabis cultivation operation on property owned by...
San Benito County supervisors Tuesday declared support for a bill aiming to reopen Clear Creek National Recreation Area. Supervisors at their 9 a.m. Tuesday meeting...
Congressman Sam Farr and others are reintroducing a bill attempting to reopen the federally owned Clear Creek Management Area for off-road use.
The Bureau of Land Management will call in a third party to conduct a science and planning review of oil and gas development practices, including hydraulic fracturing, on public lands overseen by the Hollister field office, according to an announcement released Friday.
During the Aug. 21 meeting of the county board of supervisors, four residents spoke during the public comment period in which they could comment on items not on the agenda.
San Benito County's tourism industry was hammered four years ago from three setbacks aggravated by poor leadership at the local and federal levels.
While they have fought against a federal agency for years, advocates pushing for Clear Creek Management Area’s reopening might get a chance to sidestep their foe at the Bureau of Land Management through newly introduced legislation. And while the door is now cracked open for long-dormant motorized vehicle use – supporters hope sometime in 2013 – the bill also appears to target an expansion to Clear Creek’s current boundaries comprising 63,000 acres.
The Bureau of Land Management announced today it is placing precautionary fire restrictions in public lands managed by the Hollister Field Office.
Save the Music instrument drive
Residents of Central California concerned about public land management are invited to seek appointment to a regional committee that advises the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.