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BLM Rule, Good for Tribes

 

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Joe Calvello, (312) 399-3512
Veterans and tribal advocacy groups launch Navajo radio ad education effort highlighting benefits of cutting natural gas waste on tribal lands
     FARMINGTON—The Native American Voter Alliance (NAVA) and the Vet Voice Foundation (VVF) launched a joint radio ad campaign today to educate Navajo citizens on the benefits of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) recently-adopted Methane Waste Prevention Rule.
     The rule is aimed at curbing natural gas waste on public and tribal lands by reducing flaring and venting and ensuring regular monitoring and inspection to reduce leaks from equipment and infrastructure.
      “Oil and gas development provides revenue for tribes, but for too long, companies have wasted our natural gas resources,” said Laurie Weahkee, director of NAVA.  MORE.....
    

 
 
 

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THE NATIVE AMERICAN VOTERS ALLIANCE SEEKS TO ORGANIZE A NATIVE AMERICAN ELECTORATE THAT IS INFORMED, ACTIVE, AND EMPOWERED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CREATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A CIVIC AGENDA THAT WILL IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR NATIVE FAMILIES LIVING IN NEW MEXICO

 
 

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