Each year National Public Lands
Day brings together more than 150,000 volunteers across the nation to refurbish and restore public places," said Dunn, who will be volunteering at Pine Grove Furnace State Park, Cumberland County.
To identify and define key development projects for public lands
Leasing recreation access to public land
is potentially the end, and surely a major reduction, of hunting and other recreation by citizens on water management district properties which were paid for with their taxes.
NPLD inspires a new generation of volunteers committed to service on public lands
Ongoing rounds of climate policy debate and development present an opportunity to integrate public lands
into comprehensive climate policy but, oven if the current Congress doesn't act on climate legislation, other policy vehicles exist.
Sustainable forest practices on public lands
are mandatory according to the government's Environment Act, but the Crown has a reduced influence on private property, he says.
Many conservatives accept large campaign contributions from mining, oil, and gas companies, and they tend to favor mare industry access to public lands
Supreme Court, the ranchers' grazing allotments cannot be public lands
In contrast to common lands, ancient public lands
survive in many regions and remain important parts of communities.
Nominees will be evaluated based on their education, training and knowledge of the bureau, the California Desert District, and the issues involving BLM-administered public lands
within Southern California.
During its first term, the Bush Administration made clear its intent to fundamentally restructure the American public lands
However, the good news is livestock grazing on public lands
in the West is gaining recognition as an important issue, due to regional organizations such as Western Watersheds Project, based in Hailey, Idaho, and national organizations such as the Sierra Club.