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Photo Hobbyist Wins “Share the Experience” 2014 Photo Contest
The “Share the Experience” photo contest highlights our nation’s public lands and draws entries from across the United States. The top-prize photograph features a touching moment of a polar bear and her cub in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
State, Federal Leaders to Accelerate Delta Habitat Restoration, Proceed With Water Infrastructure Fix
Specifically, the plan will accelerate long-stalled Delta environmental projects, including critical habitat, wetlands and floodplain restoration, while fixing California’s aging and environmentally damaging water infrastructure system.
Interior Finalizes Effort to Improve Fairness, Clarity for the Valuation of Oil Produced on American Indian Lands
Advancing President Obama’s commitment to work with tribal leaders to build strong economies, Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell released final regulations to ensure tribal communities receive all owed royalties from oil production on their lands.
Deputy Secretary Connor, Governor Brown to Discuss Goals for Delta Habitat and Infrastructure
OAKLAND, CA – On Thursday, April 30, U.S. Deputy Secretary of the Interior Michael Connor will join California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. to discuss new regulatory approaches for the Bay Delta.
Secretary Jewell, Gov. Sandoval to Make Important Conservation Announcement
On Tuesday, April 21, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell will make an important conservation announcement highlighting an effective partnership for the conservation of the bi-state (Nevada and California) population of greater sage-grouse.
Secretary Jewell to Address IHS Energy CERAWEEK on Reforms for Safe and Prosperous Energy Future
On the five-year mark of the Deepwater Horizon blowout and oil spill, Secretary Jewell will discuss the sweeping reforms that the Interior Department has put in place to make offshore oil and gas exploration and development safer and more responsible.
This Week at Interior April 24, 2015
President Obama and Secretary Jewell mark Earth Day 2015 with a visit to Florida's Everglades; a multi-agency initiative to fight climate change's effects; the results of the first-ever carbon storage assessment in national parks; more.
Five New National Historic Landmarks Highlight America’s Diverse Heritage
Interior Secretary Jewell and NPS Director Jarvis announced the designation of five national historic landmarks, ranging from a 19th century reservoir in Massachusetts to a home in Indiana designed by Frank Lloyd Wright to provide affordable housing.
Secretary Sally Jewell: Commonsense Rules for Safe and Responsible Energy Development
As Secretary of the Interior, I am fortunate to oversee American treasures like the Grand Canyon, the Statue of Liberty, and the Everglades.These are places owned by each and every American.