This is a presentation sponsored by the Great Old Broads for Wilderness about the Jordan Cove Energy Project. With the COVID pandemic, the live presentation was replaced by a webinar. In the morning of March 19, the U.S. Government gave the Canadian corporation, Pembina, permission to condemn land for the Jordan Cove Energy Project.
Plaintiff’s in Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Cases Decry Administration
Shelley Silbert, Executive Director, Great Old Broads for Wilderness: “The fate of the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments must be decided in court before any changes to management occurs….”
Shelley Silbert, Executive Director of Great Old Broads for Wilderness, explains in this Public Lands Podcast why Broads and 91 others signed a letter calling for Congress to reject Perry’s nomination and the impending move of the BLM from Washington D.C. to Grand Junction, CO.
Environmental groups’ challenge to the U.S. Forest Service’s decision allowing chainsaws to be used for clearing brush in two federally protected Colorado wilderness areas was tossed by a federal judge, due to the agency’s withdrawal of the authorization.
“Each one of these is a little gem for one reason or another,” said Robyn Cascade, of the Great Old Broads [for Wilderness—a] wilderness protection and preservation advocacy group. Cascade traveled to Washington D.C. this past fall to lobby for DeGette’s bill and other wilderness legislation.