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Latest Sally Jewell Items
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has been crisscrossing the country this week to drum up local support for the renewal of a conservation fund set to expire at the end of September. She's announced new preservation efforts and visited the home states of congressional conservatives who have resisted the new spending.
The Aleut community of King Cove, Alaska, filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the Interior Department over its refusal to allow the construction of a 10-mile gravel road to an all-weather airport.
The announcement Friday that the National Park Service will begin installing markers at places of importance to the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans is a step toward including them in the national narrative - and components of education, supporters said.
The National Park Service announced Friday that it will launch a study to identify places of historical significance to the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community.
In a story May 22 about a federal project that will employ hundreds of young people on public lands, The Associated Press reported erroneously the main source of the funding for the $6.7 million project. Wells Fargo is providing $130,000 for six projects, not most of the funding. The remainder of the funding is provided by other groups in the form of cash, equipment, travel, or in-kind services, in addition to $1.9 million from the federal government.
U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell is visiting Colorado to make an announcement about youth jobs on federal public lands.
The Washington Monument officially reopened Monday stronger than ever thanks to three years of repairs to fix earthquake damage.
Federal officials announced Wednesday that nine tribes will share in more than $700,000 in grant funding meant to spur renewable energy development in Indian Country and that a second large solar project on tribal land in Nevada had been approved.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell says the National Mall needs a face lift and that it won't likely happen without private donations to help the National Park Service.