I’ve seen how BLM screws things up for us. This cannot happen!
Wildlife advocates want more up-front planning
By Summit Voice
SUMMIT COUNTY — There’s more wrangling over oil and gas drilling leases in Colorado, as wildlife advocacy groups are protesting the Bureau of Land Management’s proposed lease of three North Park parcels totaling about 2,200 acres.
According to National Wildlife Federation attorney Michael Saul, some of the parcels could impact important sage-grouse and mule deer habitat.
“Hunters, anglers and many others have asked the Colorado BLM to approve master leasing plans in North Park and South Park because of the vital resources that must be balanced in both areas,’’ said Suzanne O’Neill, executive director of the Colorado Wildlife Federation.
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