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Planting the “Three Sisters” with the First Lady Michelle Obama - Archive
Larry Echo Hawk
At Indian Affairs, we are actively involved with First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! in Indian Country initiative and inspired to help achieve the goal of solving the problem of childhood obesity within a generation.
Connecting Communities to the Great Outdoors: National Trails Day - Archive
David J. Hayes
This Saturday, Americans of all ages will get outside and explore the network of existing trails winding through our cities and linking up our country.
Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk Blog for Let's Move! in Indian Country - Archive
Larry Echo Hawk
It was an honor to be a part of the Let's Move! in Indian Country launch on the Menominee Reservation in Wisconsin. I saw first-hand that the tribal community and youth are eager to counter the troubling issues of obesity in their community.
Bureau of Land Management in Utah Sets Record with Seven New Species of Dinosaur in 2010 - Archive
Bureau: Bureau of Land Management
They have been extinct for millions of years, but Utah dinosaurs are having a record breaking year On Dec. 15, BLM, Utah Geological Survey, and Temple University announced the naming of the seventh dinosaur from BLM-Utah in 2010.
A Thanksgiving Message from Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar - Archive
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar
As we look forward to a Thanksgiving holiday with friends and family...
Interior Department's American Reinvestment and Recovery Act Projects in National Spotlight from East to West - Archive
A new report from Vice President Joe Biden, “100 Recovery Act Projects that are Changing America,” highlights the Interior Department's investments at Ellis Island and the Grand Canyon.
Join the Conversation on America's Great Outdoors - Archive
Today I was proud to join President Obama, CEQ Chair Nancy Sutley, Secretary Tom Vilsack and EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson at the White House Conference on America's Great Outdoors.
The National Cherry Blossoms – Washington, D.C.'s Rite of Spring - Archive
donna l margelos
Every spring, visitors from across the nation and around the world come to witness the national cherry blossoms – Washington, D.C.'s rite of spring.
Solar Energy on Public Lands - Archive
Secretary Ken Salazar
Today I testified before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on the importance of solar energy development on our public lands.
Interior Participates in MLK National Day of Service - Archive
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service 2010 featured thousands of Americans in public service in all 50 states honoring Dr. King's life and legacy by feeding the homeless, refurbishing schools and cleaning and beautifying their communities.
Interior Issues Report on 2009 Accomplishments - Archive
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has issued a 2009 Report detailing his first year leading the Department. The report is a comprehensive inventory of conservation, energy and land management initiatives and administrative reforms achieved in the past year.
OSM Helps States and Tribes Restore Abandoned Mines - Archive
The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSM) is making $369 million available to states and tribes to restore abandoned coal mines, an increase of over $70 million from last year.
Salazar Announces MMS Plan to Establish Atlantic Renewable Energy Office - Archive
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced that the Minerals Management Service (MMS) will establish a new regional office in 2010 to support renewable energy development on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) off the Atlantic seaboard.
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