President George W. Bush announced last week that he plans to nominate
Jim Caswell to head the Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land
Management (BLM). If confirmed, he would succeed Kathleen Clarke as BLM
director. Clark resigned from the post in February. Jim Hughes has
served as acting director since then.
Caswell is currently the administrator for the Office of Species
Conservation for the state of Idaho where he won the state legislature’s
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