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Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Press Release
A towering offshore oil drilling platform rises above the water on four large metal columns.
3/22/2017

BOEM estimates the lease sale could result in the production of 460 to 890 million barrels of oil, and 1.9 trillion cubic feet to 3.9 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska, Colorado, Guam, Blog Post
A fuzzy fox pup lies on its side holding a sprig of grass in its mouth.
3/21/2017

Celebrate National Puppy Day on March 23 with some of our favorite photos of the different types of puppies that you can find on public lands.

National Park Service, Office of the Secretary, Employee News, Find Your Park, Video
Cherry Blossom
3/20/2017

Washington DC's famous cherry blossoms are ready to bloom 

National Park Service, Office of the Secretary, Employee News, Find Your Park, Video
Secretary Zinke Put To Work at Yellowstone
3/20/2017

The Secretary visited his second state, second park this past week and got to work immediately to get the park ready for the spring season

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alabama, Alaska, Florida, Press Release
A small ocelot kitten with tan fur and dark spots rests on a blanket in short grass.
3/17/2017

Species to benefit from CRI funding include the Miami blue butterfly, ocelots, Puritan tiger beetles, masked bobwhite and spectacled eiders.

Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, North Carolina, Office of the Secretary, New Energy Frontier, Press Release
A view looking up at a large three propeller wind turbine on top of a tall metal pole shining in sunlight.
3/16/2017

BOEM has been working with the North Carolina Renewable Energy Task Force since 2010 to identify an area of sufficient size for offshore wind development, while avoiding ecologically sensitive areas and multiple use conflicts.

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Press Release
A large crane uses a bucket to lift coal as part of a mining operation.
3/16/2017

The President’s budget blueprint prioritizes strengthening America’s energy security by increasing funding for programs that support responsible development of oil, natural gas, coal and renewable energy on public lands and offshore waters.

Bureau of Land Management, Utah, Office of the Secretary, New Energy Frontier, Press Release
Secretary Zinke and Mike Nedd sit next to each other at a table while the Secretary signs a paper. Both men are smiling.
3/15/2017

It is estimated to contain more than 55 million tons of recoverable, high-energy-producing coal. The bid of $22,850,000 by Canyon Fuel Company, LLC (Canyon Fuel) was determined to be the high and acceptable bid ensuring fair market value of the coal. Greens Hollow holds a lease adjacent to the mine which currently employs over 660 workers and 1,000 supporting jobs in the area. 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of the Secretary, America's Great Outdoors, Conservation, Press Release
Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge - mountain in background
3/14/2017

National wildlife refuges are a national network of public conservation lands which provide access for hunting, fishing, education, and recreation opportunities as well as vital habitat for thousands of species.

National Park Service, Alaska, California, Colorado, Blog Post
Sunlight streams through the limbs of a large tree on a misty morning in a meadow.
3/13/2017

More than 50 million people visit refuges every year, creating economic booms for local communities. These visitors generated nearly $2.4 billion in consumer spending and supported over 35,000 local jobs. Find a wildlife refuge near you to witness the curious behavior of mammals, hear the sweet melodies of birds, cast a line into a rippling river and more. 

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, District of Columbia, Office of the Secretary, Blog Post
A native american man in ornate traditional clothes holds large feathers and dances with other Native Americans inside a large room.
3/10/2017

The BIA is just one part of Interior that serves the nation’s federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native tribes, their reservations, communities, and members.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, District of Columbia, Office of the Secretary, White House, Blog Post
Secretary Zinke signs document as many witness and applaud in the background
3/10/2017

Ryan Zinke was sworn-in as the 52nd Secretary of the Interior on March 1, 2017. He immediately got to work, expanding access to America’s public lands and demonstrating his commitment to the issues facing Native American communities. 

National Park Service, District of Columbia, Office of the Secretary, America's Great Outdoors, Press Release
Secretary Zinke and two Park Rangers in front of Glacier National Park sign
3/10/2017

Zinke made the announcement during a stop at Glacier National Park where he received a traditional spiritual blessing from members of the Blackfeet Nation.

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Media Advisory
Secretary Ryan Zinke sits at a table wearing a suit and talking to a group of employees in a conference room with flags in the corner and a circular logo on the wall.
3/9/2017

Secretary Zinke will meet with leadership from the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and other agencies, as well as local and Tribal governments and stakeholders. More stops may be announced. 

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