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Biden-Harris Administration Announces News Steps to Strengthen Tribal Co-Stewardship of Public Lands and Waters
District of Columbia, Wildland Fire, Water Challenges, Conservation, Press Release
During the 2022 White House Tribal Nations Summit, Interior, Agriculture and Commerce outlined steps the agencies are taking to increase Tribal participation in the stewardship of federal lands and waters.
Biden-Harris Administration Launches New Initiatives to Modernize Electromagnetic Spectrum Access and Technological Resources on Tribal Lands
District of Columbia, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Native Americans, Press Release
During the 2022 Tribal Nations Summit today, Interior and Commerce and the Federal Communications Commission announced a new MOU to advance electromagnetic spectrum access opportunities on Tribal lands.
Interior Department Announces New Partnerships and Offices to Leverage New Resources for Indian Country
Bureau of Indian Education, District of Columbia, Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs, Secretary Deb Haaland, Press Release
At the 2022 Tribal Nations Summit today, Secretary Haaland announced actions to support Tribally led conservation, education and economic development through a new Office of Strategic Partnerships.
Interior Department Takes Action to Reduce Methane Releases on Public and Tribal Lands
Bureau of Land Management, District of Columbia, Native Americans, Energy, Press Release
Interior today announced a proposed rule from the Bureau of Land Management to address the waste of natural gas on federal and Tribal lands.
Biden-Harris Administration Announces Critical Progress as CITES CoP19 Comes to a Close
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Conservation, Press Release
The administration announced today it has forged agreements to ensure legal and biologically sustainable international trade of wild animals and plants.
Inflation Reduction Act Funds Landmark Agreements to Accelerate Salton Sea Restoration
Bureau of Reclamation, California, District of Columbia, Climate Change, Press Release
Interior today announced a historic agreement that will mitigate impacts from the worsening drought crisis impacting the Salton Sea in Southern California.
Biden-Harris Administration Makes $50 Million Available to Clean Up Orphaned Oil and Gas Wells on Tribal Lands
District of Columbia, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Climate Change, Conservation, Press Release
Interior today announced final guidance for Tribes on how to apply for the first $50 million in grant funding to clean up orphaned oil and gas wells.
Interior Department to Host First Meeting of the Advisory Committee on Reconciliation in Place Names
National Park Service, District of Columbia, Native Americans, Press Release
Interior today announced that the Advisory Committee on Reconciliation in Place Names will hold its inaugural public meeting on December 7 and 8.
Assistant Secretary Trujillo Showcases All-of-Government Approach to Tackling Climate Change at COP27
Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Geological Survey, Climate Change, Science, Press Release
Assistant Secretary for Water and Science Trujillo represented Interior at COP27 of the UNFCCC in Egypt to showcase the administration’s approach to tackling the climate and drought crises.
Biden-Harris Administration Announces More Than $109 Million to Create Good-Paying Union Jobs, Catalyze Economic Revitalization
District of Columbia, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Justice40 initiative, Climate Change, Press Release
The administration today announced $109.48 million to catalyze economic opportunity by reclaiming abandoned mine lands in Alabama, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas and New Mexico.
Secretary Haaland Visit Highlights Climate Resilience Investments in US Territories
National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Puerto Rico, Insular and International Affairs, Press Release
Secretary Haaland and Assistant Secretary for Insular and International Affairs Cantor visited the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico to highlight the Department's efforts to bolster climate resilience in the U.S. territories.
Biden-Harris Administration Joins National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Private Partners to Announce $91 Million in America the Beautiful Challenge Grants
District of Columbia, America the Beautiful, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Climate Change, Press Release
The administration and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation joined partners today to announce nearly $91 million in grants through the America the Beautiful Challenge.
New Lifetime Pass Available for Military Veterans and Gold Star Families to Access Public Lands
National Park Service, U.S. Geological Survey, District of Columbia, Veterans, Press Release
Today, the administration announced that starting on Veterans Day, veterans of the U.S. Armed Services and Gold Star Families can obtain a free lifetime pass to more than 2,000 federal recreation sites.
Interior Department Announces $21.53 Billion in Fiscal Year 2022 Energy Revenue, Highest-Ever Disbursements from Clean Energy from Federal Lands and Waters
District of Columbia, Oceans, Native Americans, Energy, Press Release
Today, Interior’s Office of Natural Resources Revenue disbursed $21.53 billion in fiscal year 2022 from energy production on federal and Tribal onshore lands, and federal offshore areas.
Assistant Secretary Trujillo Highlights Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Investments for Drought Resilience in California
Bureau of Reclamation, California, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Water Challenges, Press Release
Assistant Secretary for Water and Science Trujillo today wrapped a visit to California where she highlighted investments being made through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to tackle western drought.
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