Federal report threatens to douse Burning Man

Conflict between the federal Bureau of Land Management and organizers of the Burning Man festival in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert has put the annual counterculture gathering on notice.

Tensions began in March, when in response to organizers’ request for a new 10-year permit, the BLM — a division of the Department of the Interior — released a two-part Draft Environmental Impact Statement of the festival’s effects on the desert environment. About 80,000 people now attend the Black Rock desert…

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