OFFICE of SURFACE MINING
RECLAMATION and ENFORCEMENT

U.S. Department of the Interior

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What We Do

Since 1977, OSMRE has protected the environment and people while regulating surface coal mining in the United States, and funded the restoration of abandoned coal mines.


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Featured News and Stories

OSMRE Announces Availability of the San Juan Mine Deep Lease Extension Record of Decision

OSMRE Announces Availability of the San Juan Mine Deep Lease Extension Record of Decision

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OSMRE Announces Proposed Addition of Approximately 1,720 Acres to West Elk Mine

OSMRE Announces Addition of Approximately 1,720 Acres to West Elk Mine

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Interior ProvidesMore Than $291 Million in Conservation Funding for States and Tribes to Clean Up and Repurpose Abandoned Coal Mines

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Interior ProvidesMore Than $291 Million in Conservation Funding for States and Tribes to Clean Up and Repurpose Abandoned Coal Mines

Interior Provides More Than $291 Million in Conservation Funding for States and Tribes to Clean Up and Repurpose Abandoned Coal Mines

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OSMRE Announces Availability of the San Juan Mine Deep Lease Extension Final EIS

OSMRE Announces Availability of the San Juan Mine Deep Lease Extension Final EIS

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Plan to Add Approximately 1,720 Acres of Federal Coal to West Elk Mine Plan Following Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement Adoption

Plan to Add Approximately 1,720 Acres of Federal Coal to West Elk Mine Plan Following Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement Adoption

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President Proposes $122 Million FY2020 Budget for OSMRE

President Proposes $122 Million FY2020 Budget for OSMRE

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