Swimming Elk 2012 Photo by Dusan Smetana.
The Bureau of Land Management is seeking comments on its plan for the development of oil shale and tar sands in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. Having seen the effects of poorly planned energy development on public lands, sportsmen must ensure that the BLM allows adequate time to research the impacts of oil shale and tar sands projects on fish, wildlife and our public resources before finalizing a plan for widespread development.
Tell the BLM you support opening up 431,000 acres of public lands for research leases to understand how oil shale and tar sands development impacts fish, wildlife and the landscape. Urge the BLM to do the proper research before opening 1.4 million acres for leasing that could jeopardize our public lands resources.
The deadline for comments is Friday, May 4th. Speak up today!
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