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Nebraska, Washington, Wisconsin, Office of the Secretary, Press Release
Deputy Secretary Mike Connor sits at a table with other officials listening to comments from the audience in a conference room.
5/25/2016

As momentum continues with the success of Interior’s Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations, Deputy Secretary Michael L. Connor announced today that the Department has signed agreements with three additional tribes.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska, Press Release
A group of firefighters wearing protective gear stand in front of a raging wildfire and smoke clouds.
5/24/2016

The Wildland Fire Resilient Landscapes Program is a new approach to achieve fire resiliency and help restore public lands nationwide through multi-year investments in designated landscapes.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska, Press Release
A female wild land firefighter walks by a fire in Oregon.
5/18/2016

If the fire season is as costly as recent years, federal agencies will be forced to take funding out of other critical programs that increase the long-term resilience of public lands and National Forests to wildfire.

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, Office of the Secretary, Cobell / Land buyback, Press Release
Secretary Jewell stands on a stage with a group of Native Americans who are singing.
5/17/2016

The Land Buy-Back Program implements the land consolidation component of the Cobell Settlement, which provided $1.9 billion to purchase fractional interests in trust or restricted land from willing sellers at fair market value within 10 years.

National Park Service, New York, Office of the Secretary, Diversity, Press Release
Secretary Jewell speaks at a podium, addressing a crowd of people in a meeting hall.
5/10/2016

The Stonewall Inn, across from Christopher Park, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in June 1999 and subsequently designated as a National Historic Landmark in 2000, recognizing the significance of the events that took place in the late 1960s.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, California, Office of the Secretary, Press Release
A purple sunset over a rugged desert landscape of sand, rocks, and scrub brush.
5/5/2016

The three designations connect Mojave National Preserve, Joshua Tree National Park, San Bernardino National Forest, and fifteen wilderness areas previously designated by Congress, creating a series of protected lands stretching hundreds of miles.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Wisconsin, Office of the Secretary, America's Great Outdoors, Press Release
Puffy clouds and blue sky are reflected in the still waters of the marsh.
5/4/2016

Deputy Secretary of the Interior Mike Connor made a special visit to Horicon National Wildlife Refuge in Wisconsin today to learn more about the importance of the federally protected Horicon Marsh and the neighboring state lands and waters.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alabama, Press Release
Secretary Jewell talking to a group of young people volunteering in a park.
5/4/2016

The 21CSC is part of an ambitious youth initiative to inspire millions of young adults and veterans to play, learn, serve and work in the great outdoors. This year’s funding announcement includes projects in 20 states.

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Montana, Office of the Secretary, Cobell / Land buyback, Press Release
Senator Jon Tester, Blackfeet Chairman Harry Barnes, Secretary Jewell and Chief Earl Old Person sitting at a table holding the signed document.
5/3/2016

The Buy-Back Program serves as the land consolidation component of the Cobell settlement, which provided $1.9 billion to purchase fractional interests in trust or restricted land from willing sellers at fair market value within 10 years. 

Office of the Secretary, Alaska Energy, Climate Change, Conservation, Press Release
Secretary Jewell and Canadian officials sitting around a table in a conference room with national flags behind them.
4/28/2016

Secretary Jewell discussed potential strategies to address the impacts of climate change, conservation and wildlife management, investing in indigenous knowledge, and working together toward a sustainable, responsible energy future.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of the Secretary, Press Release
The sun shines down on a twisty, curvy canyon filled with dark water.
4/28/2016

Share the Experience gives amateur photographers the chance to showcase their skills by capturing the beauty of the nation’s public lands and waters. The top-prize photograph, made by Yang Lu of El Segundo, Calif., captures a dramatic sunrise at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in Utah.

National Park Service, Florida, Office of the Secretary, Climate Change, Press Release
An alligator and birds walk together across the road in Everglades National Park.
4/22/2016

As part of Earth Day celebrations, Secretary Jewell today announced the next phase of bridging to the Tamiami Trail, an ongoing project which provides ecological restoration benefits to Everglades National Park and the central Everglades in Florida. 

Bureau of Indian Affairs, California, Idaho, South Dakota, Press Release
Interior Deputy Secretary Michael L. Connor and others sitting at a table listening to someone speak.
4/21/2016

The Department has thus far entered into agreements with 31 tribal nations to cooperatively carry out the Buy-Back Program. Each agreement is unique in time, scope and responsibilities, based on the expressed interests of the tribe.

Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arkansas, Press Release
A group of birds flying over a grassy plain with mountains in the background.
4/20/2016

The grants have been approved by the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission which provides the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and its partners the ability to purchase, lease or otherwise conserve more than 275,000 acres of wetland and associated upland habitats for waterfowl, shorebirds and other birds across North America.

Press Release
Secretary Jewell standing in front of a forest and mountains.
4/19/2016

Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell today laid out a vision for actions the nation can take to build upon America’s rich conservation legacy and pass on healthy public lands and waters to the next generation.  

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