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Interior Department to Open 27 Million Acres of Federal Land to Selection by Alaska Native Vietnam-era Veterans
Bureau of Land Management, Alaska, Secretary Deb Haaland, Military, Press Release
During a roundtable discussion today with Alaska Native Vietnam-era veterans, Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Director Tracy Stone-Manning announced that the Department will open approximately 27 million acres of federal lands to selection by eligible Alaska Native veterans.
Interior Department Announces Additional Biden-Harris Appointees
Office of the Secretary, Press Release
The Department of the Interior today announced new Biden-Harris administration appointees who will join the Department’s leadership team to create jobs in the clean energy economy, steward America’s public lands and waters, and honor our nation-to-nation relationship with Tribes.
Alaska’s Outdoor Economy to Receive Nearly $57 Million for Infrastructure Modernization in Fiscal Year 2022
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska, America the Beautiful, Great American Outdoors Act, Press Release
Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland, Senator Lisa Murkowski, Governor Mike Dunleavy and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Martha Williams visited King Cove today, where they met with elected and Native leaders and community members, spoke with students at the King Cove School, and toured the King Cove Clinic.
Interior Department Outlines Roadmap for Continued Renewable Energy Progress on Public Lands
Bureau of Land Management, Secretary Deb Haaland, Energy, Press Release
As part of its commitment to support and inspire a clean energy transition, the Department of the Interior today announced a series of steps taken to advance the Biden-Harris administration’s goal to permit 25 gigawatts of renewable power on public lands by 2025.
In Alaska, Secretary Haaland Highlights Historic Funding from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to Bolster Resilience, Create Jobs
Alaska, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Press Release
Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland kicked off a week-long trip to Alaska today, where she will meet with local, state, elected and Alaska Native leaders; Interior Department employees; and stakeholders to highlight ongoing efforts to support sustainable economies across the state.
Interior Department Announces Significantly Reformed Onshore Oil and Gas Lease Sales
Bureau of Land Management, Press Release
In compliance with an injunction from the Western District of Louisiana, the Department of the Interior is taking action that reflects the balanced approach to energy development and management of our nation’s public lands called for in the agency’s November 2021 report on the Federal Oil and Gas Leasing Program.
This Week at Interior April 15, 2022
News and headlines from Interior, April 15, 2022
Biden-Harris Administration Announces $38 Million from Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to Protect Aquatic Species and Habitats
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, America the Beautiful, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Press Release
Today, the Department of the Interior announced that 40 fish passage projects in 23 states and Puerto Rico will receive a total of nearly $38 million in fiscal year 2022 funding from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
Interior Department Releases Action Plan, Outlines Steps to Advance Equity
America the Beautiful, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Secretary Deb Haaland, Press Release
The Department of the Interior today published its first Equity Action Plan, which outlines the Department’s efforts to advance equity through all of its operations, remove barriers to equal opportunity, and deliver resources and benefits equitably to the general public.
Biden-Harris Administration Releases Final Guidance on New Orphaned Well Program
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Press Release
The Department of the Interior today released final guidance to states on how to apply for the first $775 million in initial grant funding available this year for plugging orphaned oil and gas wells under President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
Secretary Haaland Highlights Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Wildfire Response Investments in Colorado
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Wildland Fire, Press Release
Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland visited Colorado today, where she and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack met with federal wildland fire leadership to discuss local, state and federal wildland fire preparedness and response that will be bolstered by historic investments through President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
Biden-Harris Administration Announces Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding to Build Climate Resilience in Tribal Communities
Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Climate Change, Native Americans, Press Release
The Department of the Interior announced today it is investing $46 million in funding to Tribal communities to address the unique impacts of climate change in Indigenous communities.
Secretary Haaland Celebrates Expansion of Bayou Sauvage Urban National Wildlife Refuge
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Conservation, Land and Water Conservation Fund, Press Release
Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland was in New Orleans, Louisiana today to commemorate an historic expansion of Bayou Sauvage Urban National Wildlife Refuge and highlighted the Biden-Harris administration’s ongoing efforts to conserve, protect, and restore our nation’s lands and waters.
This Week at Interior April 8, 2022
News and headlines from Interior, April 8, 2022
President Biden’s Budget Invests $2.8 Billion to Support Outdoor Recreation Economies, Access to Public Lands
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, Great American Outdoors Act, Secretary Deb Haaland, America's Great Outdoors, Press Release
The Departments of the Interior and Agriculture will invest $2.8 billion in fiscal year 2023 to address critical deferred maintenance projects and improve transportation and recreation infrastructure in national parks, national wildlife refuges and recreation areas, and at Bureau of Indian Education schools.
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