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TO: The Honorable Sonny Perdue and Ryan Zinke FROM: Chairman Rob Bishop Dear Secretaries Perdue and Zinke: As you know, the Departments of Agriculture and the Interior are responsible for the protection and management of the natural resources of the United States. Under this mandate, the Departments administer approximately 700 million acres of Federal mineral estate in the United States. Read the entire letter HERE.
September 28, 2017
As told by Endangered Species Themselves.
Replay the Environmental Protection Agency’s apparent disregard for the Endangered Species Act requirements through the very animals they are affecting. The EPA thought they had it all figured out. They were going to shut down some power plants, solidify the President’s climate legacy, and nothing was going to stand in their way. Unfortunately, they forgot one minor detail: the law. Under the Endangered Species Act, federal agencies must make sure their actions do not jeopardize listed species o...
July 30, 2015
The Western Water and American Food Security Act
The current regulatory framework for water in the West is wrought with twists, turns, obstacles, and wasted resources. Follow the path and find how H.R. 2898, The Western Water and American Food Security Act, provides relief from challenges caused by inconsistent laws, court decisions, and regulations at the state and federal levels. To learn more about the bill, click here.
July 15, 2015
Learn about how H.R. 2647 will solve forest management issues
July 07, 2015
May 15, 2015
In practice, an Endangered Species listing often leads to permanent, private property land-use restrictions that negatively impact local economies and result in expensive, never-asending litigation.
May 14, 2015
13 Reasons Why You Shouldn't
In honor of Friday the 13th, here are 13 reasons to tune into Natural Resources committee hearings next week
March 13, 2015
House Natural Resources Committee Accomplishments for the 113th Congress Click here to view ###
December 22, 2014
OP ED: Welders Make $150,000? Bring Back Shop Class Josh Mandel Wall Street Journal In American high schools, it is becoming increasingly hard to defend the vanishing of shop class from the curriculum. The trend began in the 1970s, when it became conventional wisdom that a four-year college degree was essential. As Forbes magazine reported in 2012, 90% of shop classes have been eliminated for the Los Angeles unified school district's 660,000 students. Yet a 2012 Bureau of Labor Statistics study...
April 23, 2014
Click on the 'Comment' link and post your question to the Secretary here.
March 31, 2014

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