Bureau of Land Management

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Bureau of Land Management (BLM)

Address:Office of Public Affairs
1849 C St NW - Rm 406-LS
Washington, DC 20240

Web: www.blm.gov
Established: 1946. Description:Manages 258 million acres of federal land --about one-eighth of the land in the United States -- and approximately 700 million acres of subsurface mineral resources "to sustain the health, diversity and productivity of the public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations." Most of the lands the BLM manages are located in 12 western states, including Alaska, and comprise grasslands, forests, high mountains, arctic tundra, and deserts. The lands are managed for a wide variety of uses including energy, minerals, timber, forage, wild horse and burro populations, fish and wildlife habitat, wilderness areas, as well as the protection of archaeological, paleontological, and historical sites.
Publications: Numerous brochures, reports, and pamphlets, including Public Land Statistics, and Public Rewards from Public Lands.

See other parks in District of Columbia.
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The Bureau of Land Management is restoring native ponderosa pine to a portion of Muddy Mountain near Casper, Wyoming, burned in 1985 by the Little Red Creek wildfire.
The latest environmental assessment is being conducted in cooperation with the Desert Managers Group, which includes the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, Edwards Air Force Base, the Marine Corps bases at Barstow and Twentynine Palms, the Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake and the National Training Center at Fort Irwin.
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In the fall of 1989, the heads of the Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, and National Park Service signed an agreement to form the Interagency Scientific Committee (ISC).
The ceremony was attended by senior personnel from the Department of Interior (DOI), National Mining Association (NMA) and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
Tom Hill claims he can tame just about any horse, and as proof he points to 3-year-old Shammy - one of two horses he adopted last year from the federal Bureau of Land Management.
Five days on a major whitewater river gave representatives of the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management, state agencies, and Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association (IOGA) a chance to develop mutual trust, respect, and understanding and to replace at least partly-an atmosphere of hostility and discord.
At a gathering of 80 people in the Blackfoot in mid-August, Kathleen Clarke, director of the Bureau of Land Management, presented Stone with a certificate in recognition of outstanding leadership and personal stewardship from the Department of Interior.
Building on earlier studies and government wildlife laws, the plan's creation was launched by a 1992 agreement among the Bureau of Land Management, state and federal wildlife officials and more than a dozen desert cities and counties.
LADWP will help fund a Bureau of Land Management ranger position to assist with security and safety hazards during construction.
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The department's Bureau of Land Management (BLM) authorized the first commercial development of the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska, allowing the companies to go forward with developing the tracts, which are located in the northeastern corner of the reserve.

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