Halfway Through Trump’s Term, Key Public Lands Agencies Still Lack Leaders

From: Audubon

“More than two years after his inauguration, President Donald Trump has yet to fill the top posts at a trio of federal agencies that together oversee more than 400 million acres of public land. Since Trump took office, interim appointees who have not been confirmed by the Senate have led the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, and National Park Service. For all three, there aren’t even nominees currently up for consideration.”

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