SPECIAL REPORT | Desalination: A monopoly on western water
Lake Powell and Mead are at the lowest point since their construction. The water, too many folks in the west, especially the farmers, is a serious concern. Now a resolution is starting to emerge in the mainstream that, on the surface, appears will provide us with an abundance of water and forever secure Arizona’s water future. According to politicians, government institutions, and environmental groups, desalination in the Sea Of Cortez and Porto Libertad, Mexico will provide abundant water and is the cure-all solution to our current water issues.
ACTION ALERT | Bouse & Cactus Plain Final Decision | 1,049 mi of roads CLOSED
The Bureau of Land Management Havasu Field Office has quietly released a finial decision on the Bouse and Cactus Plain Travel Management Plan that includes 1,049 miles of roads closed or restricted to the public.
The UN and property rights by Henry Lamb
In this article Henry Lamb exposes how the United States is adhering to the demands of global governance in the name of biodiversity. In addition to what he writes in this article, these changes have direct influence on the travel management process.
ACTION ALERT | 54% of Roads CLOSED Near Black Canyon | NEW PROPOSAL
The Bureau of Land Management is proposing the closure of 57% of roads on public lands between State Highway 74 Carefree Highway and the Prescott National Forest boundary north of Dewey Humboldt.
The agreement between CA and AZ that closes motorized access to public lands
The State Historic Preservation Office has entered into an agreement with the California State Historic Preservation Office and the bureau of land management to enforce section 106 of the Historic Preservation Act through Travel Management Planning.