Friday, July 14, 2017

Celebrating 71 years: 8 things you didn’t know about the Bureau of Land Management

Mail from the U.S. Department of the Interior


The Bureau of Land Management is a small agency with a big mission -- overseeing public lands for multiple uses that benefit current and future generations. From a grazing program that supports a healthy rangeland to allowing students to discover the ancient world through real artifacts, BLM's work has a huge impact on how we interact with public lands. BLM manages onshore energy development that powers America's future and the bureau's firefighting crews help protect public lands and neighboring communities from the threat of wildfires.

 

As we recognize over 70 years of BLM service, learn more about the Bureau of Land Management's work.

The Eagle Tail Mountains rise over a flat desert as the sky darkens in the distance.

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