Memo from the Secretary


To: All DOI Employees

From: Secretary

Subject: Ethical Responsibilities

It is a great honor to be confirmed as the 50th Secretary of the Interior.
As I indicated in my address to the employees of the Department of the
Interior, I vow to lead with openness in

Turn your volume up, and stop complaining about potholes.

Turn your volume up, and stop complaining about potholes.

Breaking news: Gas mining company provides water after methane found in private wells

By Laura Legere
Published: Thursday, January 22, 2009
Updated: Thursday, January 22, 2009 12:47 PM EST
DIMOCK TWP. -- Cabot Oil and Gas installed fresh water supplies this week at four residences where methane has been found in private water wells.

The company, which

Sportsmen's Coalition Urges Salazar to Revise Energy Paradigm

Hundreds of sportsmen’s groups and businesses support responsible public-lands development, changed approach by federal government to management of natural resources

WASHINGTON – Sportsmen for Responsible Energy Development, a coalition of more than 350 businesses, groups and individuals

Update from Mark Spalding, President

Dear Friends of the Ocean,

We at The Ocean Foundation proudly extend congratulations to TOF Board of Directors member, Amelia Salzman, who was sworn in during inauguration week as the new Associate Director of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, even though we’ll miss her


A conservationist writes:
I've noticed that no one has been mentioning that Gregg, as Commerce Secretary, would have a huge role in overseeing two agencies, NOAA and the National Marine Fisheries Service, that implement ocean and fisheries policies. Considering that Gregg has openly backed offshore