Nothing says "public lands" like coal, right?
The Bureau of Land Management featured a lovely photo of hikers from sometime in November through at least April 2, according to a seach on the Wayback Machine.
But nothing says American values the outdoors and public lands like a shot of a coal seam at the Peabody North Antelope Rochelle Mine in Wyoming. With the photo itself supplied by Peabody. The mine is the "world's largest coal mine in the world by reserve," according to MiningTechnology.com.
Is the BLM under Ryan Zinke celebrating Peabody Energy emerging from bankruptcy? Or did the public lands agency suddenly get super-down with the "joys of climate change? See more over at the Huffington Post.
For some reason this gives me flashbacks to the "Clean Coal Carolers" campaign.