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BLM to gather wild horses in northwest Colorado

The Bureau of Land Management has issued decisions and Finding of No Significant Impacts to gather excess wild horses from within the White River Field Office. The Bureau of Land Management evaluated several alternatives in conjunction with scientific data, range-specific conditions and public input through a formal environmental analysis. The planning documents evaluating the planned gather operations are available below. Questions can be directed to the White River Field Office, 220 E. Market Street, Meeker, CO 81641 or submitted via email to

White River Field Office Oil and Gas Proposed Oil and Gas RMPA Announced

The Bureau of Land Management released its Proposed Oil and Gas Amendment to the White River Field Office Resource Management Plan, which will help guide oil and gas development in northwestern Colorado’s Piceance Basin for the next 20 years. The proposed plan advances the Dinosaur Trail Master Leasing Plan, a targeted planning effort aimed at minimizing impacts to the nearby Dinosaur National Monument and other resources. 

The Proposed Plan Amendment was announced in the Federal Register March 27, which begins a 30-day public protest period ending April 27, 2015, as well as a 60-day Governor’s consistency review. The BLM expects to release a final decision later this year.

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Kent Walter, Field Manager
220 East Market Street| Meeker, CO 81641
Phone: 970-878-3800 | Fax: 970-878-3805
Office Hours: 8am - 4:30pm M-F
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The White River Resource Area is located in northwest Colorado and incorporates parts of Rio Blanco, Moffat, and Garfield Counties.  The Field Office resource area includes approximately 2,675,360 acres of BLM, national forest, national park, state, and privately owned administered lands.  Of this, the BLM administers approximately 1,455,900 BLM surface and subsurface acres, and an additional 365,000 acres of mineral estate underlying state and privately owned surface estate. 
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