Controversial USBLM official to be replaced by long-time environmentalist

Nada Culver, an attorney who has spent most of her career working with environmental groups, will fill the Bureau of Land Management job recently vacated by William Perry Pendley, the bureau's top official during former President Trump's final months in office.

Culver, who since 2019 has served as vice president of public lands and senior policy counsel at the National Audubon Society in Denver, has been named by the Biden administration as BLM deputy director of policy and programs, the Interior Department announced today.

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The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee voted Thursday to advance the nomination of Rep. Deb Haaland (D-N.M.) to lead the Interior Department, sending her nomination to the full Senate. The

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