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Latest on Dugway Geode Beds - Action Alert

RS 2477 UTAH HISTORY by Jack Johnston UAR



Draft Resource Management Plans for the Beaver Dam Wash and Red Cliffs National Conservation Areas   July 17, 2015 Open Comment period is 90 days


Learn About Public Land Accrss Issues in Utah



H.R. 5727: Emery County Public Land Management Act of 2018

S. 2809: Emery County Public Land Management Act of 2018

PRESIDENT TRUMP SENDS LAND SOVEREIGNTY BACK TO UTAH - Press Release December 4, 2017

Presidential Proclamation Modifying the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument - December 4, 2017


Comment Letter form Southern California Paleontological Society - October 10, 2018

  • If you are interested in adding your name to the letter please contact  Karol McQueary (socalpaleo@yahoo.com) for more details.   Time is running out... The end of the comment period is November 28, 2018.
  • Need help? Got questions? email: socalpaleo@yahoo.com or ajhoekstra@yahoo.com

The following information was valid prior to the new Presidential Proclamation from Dec 2017.

Escalante Area Resource Management Plans

Federal Register:

Presidential Proclamation -- Modifies the Bears Ears National Monument - December 4, 2017   Data below as of October 2018

Presidential Proclamation -- Establishment of the Bears Ears National Monument  -  December 28, 2016



Utah BLM  -  New Website  Posted 4-14-2017

Utah BLM Contacts  -  New Website  Posted 4-14-2017

FOUR WHEELERS AND ROCKHOUNDS FORM COALITION     March 2, 2017

Press Release:   BLM Announces Appointments to Council to Help Advise Agency on Balanced Management of Nation's Public Lands   Posted July 15, 2015


The Director’s Protest Resolution Reports analyze each unique or summarized protest issue statement received on each individual BLM Proposed Resource Management Plan to determine whether the State Director followed established procedures, considered relevant information in reaching proposed decisions, and whether the proposed decisions are consistent with the applicable statutes, regulations, and BLM policy.

The following Director’s Protest Resolution Reports are available for online viewing or download.


Utah's Kane County Wins Important Victory In Appeals Court

Appeals Court Decision


Sage grouse is becoming Utah’s spotted owl



Amendment to Uintah County General Plan


Utah State Symbols