Public Lands Foundation

Public Lands Foundation (PLF)

Address:PO Box 7226
Arlington, VA 22207

Established: 1987. Description:Monitors federal lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management and advocates for the ecological stability of those lands. (See separate entry in this section for information on the Bureau of Land Management and a list of its state offices.) Dues: $25/year.
Publications: Public Lands Monitor (quarterly); free to members and $10/year for nonmembers.

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3, Maggie Wyatt of the Public Lands Foundation presented the 2017 Landscape Stewardship Award to long-time volunteers, Geoff and Sandy Freethey.
The Public Lands Foundation accepts nominations annually and chooses the winner based on outstanding contributions of citizen efforts to bring people together and work to improve management of public lands.
The Public Lands Foundation is a national non-profit organization aimed towards the professional and sustainable management of public lands for responsible use and enjoyment by everyone.
He is a member of board of directors of the Public Lands Foundation.
The Public Lands Foundation honored Ramona Chin, BLM's deputy state director for Alaska lands, with the Outstanding Public Lands Professional Manager Award for 2008 for 20 years of work on the Alaska Land Transfer program, turning over more than 150 million acres of federal public land--about 42 percent of the land area in Alaska--to State and private ownership under the Alaska Statehood Act, the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act and the Native Allotment Act of 1906.
The Public Lands Foundation recognized the Bureau of Land Managements (BLM) Southwest Resource Advisory Council's (RAC) Tres Rios Master Leasing Plan Area of Interest Working Group with the Landscape Stewardship Certificate of Appreciation.
The involvement of local community members and organizations in the BLMs planning process is extremely important, and the Public Lands Foundation is very pleased to recognize the commitment and contributions made by the working group, said Beau McClure, Public Lands Foundation Vice President for Operations.