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Monsanto mine violates law Mines and Communities

The Greater Yellowstone Coalition, which is fighting phosphate mining expansion, said it's reserving judgment on Monsanto's Blackfoot Bridge project until after the BLM analysis is released. The coalition's Idaho Falls director, Marv Hoyt, said he's skeptical of Monsanto's promises.

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Dry Ridge Phosphate Exploration ProjectEnvironmental

DRY RIDGE PHOSPHATE EXPLORATION PROJECT DOI-BLM-ID-I020-2014-0051-EA United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management Idaho Falls District 1405 Hollipark Drive Idaho Falls, Idaho 83403 and United States Department of Agriculture useable by the public without authorization by the BLM and the lease operator (Agrium CPO).

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Alaska SDMS BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

No warranty is made by the Bureau of Land Management as to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of these data. Refer to specific BLM case files for official land status information. For case data information/help, contact the BLM Alaska Public Information Center at (907) 271-5960.

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GIS Internet Map Service For Displaying Selenium

Phosphate mining is an important contributor to the economy of southeastern Idaho. Southeastern Idaho lies within the Western Phosphate Field that covers portions of Idaho

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EIIFC Idaho

U.S. Bureau of Land Management / Idaho Falls District Office / 1405 Hollipark Drive / Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401 This is a U.S. Government Computer System. Before continuing, please read this disclaimer and privacy statement .

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Bureau of Land Management Outdoor Project

The BLM held the combined mission of managing the public domain (formerly the Grazing Service's mandate) and disposing of the public domain (the General Land Office's work). Today the BLM has a mixed mandate, managing production in mining, ranching and logging while also protecting the environmental resources in wildlife refuges, forests

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About the BLM- Bureau of Land Management

Most obscure is the United States Bureau of Land Management, the BLM. Ironically this agency manages more public lands than the National Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service, or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The BLM oversees about 270-million acres of

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PREASSESSMENT SCREEN For The SOUTHEAST IDAHO

This document is the preassessment screen (PAS) prepared pursuant to 43 CFR Part 11 for the Southeast Idaho Phosphate Mine Site (Mine Site). Phosphate exploration and mining in southeast Idaho was first conducted in the early 1900s, with mining activities continuing to the present day.

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Phosphate Deposit in Caribou, ID, Phosphorus Occurrence

Phosphate Deposit is a occurrence deposit site in Idaho, The United States. It is a medium deposit, located in the Soda Springs Area mining district and is not considered to be of world-class significance. 1 Phosphorus Phosphates deposits are documented at Phosphate Deposit.

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Leadership BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Raymond Suazo. BLM Arizona State Director. Ray Suazo is the BLM Arizona State Director, responsible for leading a staff of nearly 500 employees and the management of more than 12 million surface and 17 million subsurface acres of public lands in Arizona.

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Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Map Collection

BLM maps can be a valuable tool to explore public and private land usage, national forests and wilderness areas, topography, and the physical and cultural features of the West. Maps include details like contours, elevations, roads, man-made structures, geographic names, hydrological features, and township/range designations.

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A Brief History of the public lands, the BLM and grazing

Apr 23, 2014A Brief History of the public lands, the BLM and grazing By Ralph Maughan On April 23, 2014 243 Comments In B.L.M., Department of Interior, Forest Service, Grazing and Livestock, Mining, National Parks, Nevada, Public Land Management, Public Lands, Wildlife News

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Selenium Investigations in Southeast Idaho Idaho

Selenium Investigations in Southeast Idaho Project Background. In 1996, isolated livestock deaths associated with excessive selenium uptake in the vicinity of historic phosphate mines in southeastern Idaho prompted concerns regarding potential human health and ecological effects from past mining

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Public Lands Maps Produced By The U.S. Government

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) administers to nearly 250 million acres of public lands, most of which are located in the western states Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

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Bear Lake County, ID Phosphorus mining, mines, mine owners

Bear Lake County, ID Phosphorus mines, mine companies, mine owners and mine information. US-Mining provides information on mines, operators, and minerals mined in Bear Lake County, ID Tools

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A Profile of Land Use Idaho Parks Recreation

Decisions made by public land managers may influence the local economy, particularly if public lands represent a large portion of the land base. Agency management actions that affect water quality, access to recreation, scenery (as well as other quality of life

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CONDA/WOODALL MOUNTAIN MINE SITE

Idaho Department of Lands is responsible for State mine from 1960 until phosphate mining ceased at the site in 1984. Mining for phosphate ore at the a mill, and a rail-line to Soda Springs were built. The site is located on state and private lands as well as public lands administered by the BLM; however, operations took place primarily

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Full text of BLM solid minerals Internet Archive

In these States, the BLM manages the surface public lands and the Forest Service Potash ore being moved on a conveyor belt manages the surface National Forest System lands. Excepting mineral materials, the BLM is responsible for the minerals on both public lands and National Forest System lands.

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PUBLIC LANDS Proposed BLM-Wyo. swaps could expand

The Bureau of Land Management is working on a formal agreement with the state of Wyoming that could lead to land exchanges that would open tens of thousands of acres of federal land to mining

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North Rasmussen Ridge Mine, BLM Pocatello Field Office and

The proposed mining operations would utilize land administered by the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. Mining will take place on Federal Phosphate Leases I-04375, I-07619 within the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, and in State Lease I-7957 adjacent the Federal Phosphate Leases.

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INTERAGENCY/INDUSTRY COORDINATION TO RESPOND TO

the 1920 Mineral Leasing Act, the Bureau of Land Management administers the 84 existing Federal phosphate mineral leases on abou t 46,000 acres of land and cooperates with the Forest Service, Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, and other Federal and State agencies in evaluating and

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PublicLands.org Nevada

Use our interactive maps to find public lands sites, information, books and maps. Updated regularly. All western states! Purchase merchandise, topos, maps, books and public lands items.

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Editor's Note Secretary assumed jurisdiction ntc.blm.gov

5/ Public lands within the Black Butte lava flow, including portions of the contested claims, are a part of the Lava Wilderness Study Area (WSA), created by BLM on Nov. 1, 1983.

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Hardrock Mining Red Lodge Clearinghouse

For example, the BLM oversees hardrock mining on its lands through a permitting system in accord with its mandate of multiple-use management and its duty to prevent undue and unnecessary degradation to the public lands in its care.

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