State, feds in opposition over ANILCA
BLM director says NPR-A will be evaluated for wilderness character; Gov. Parnell writes to Salazar defending existing designations
It wasn’t a face-to-face standoff, but it might as well have been.
Bob Abbey, the national director of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, was in Anchorage in early December as BLM’s new Alaska state director, Bud Cribley, was formally installed.
Abbey spoke at the the Resource Development Council....
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State’s ANILCA concerns
The compromise issue
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