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Frontiers Fall-Winter Issue 121: Available online!

Frontiers issue 121 coverFind out what in the world is an ACEC, what students did with scientists and caribou at Onion Portage, learn about Alaska subsistence, read about BLMer Bob Wick and his Alaska photo adventure, check out BLM Alaska's Artist-in-Residence program, and how BLM celebrated National Public lands day around the state and more!  Read the latest issue>


twitterChat with Iditarod Mushers! #BLMIditaChat

@BLMAlaska to host a “Women of the Iditarod” Tweet Chat on Wednesday, Jan. 28, from 9 to 11 a.m. (AKST; 1 to 3 p.m. EST). Learn more>

BLM Alaska Opens Public Comment on Proposed Areas of Critical Environmental Concern in the Eastern Interior Resource Management Planning Area 

Mosquito FlatsBased on public comment on the Eastern Interior Draft Resource Management Plan, the BLM is considering changing the boundary of the proposed Fortymile Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC) and designating a new ACEC on the Mosquito Flats, also in the Fortymile region. Read more>


Calling all Artists!

Artist in ResidenceThe BLM is seeking an artist for its week-long Artist-in-Residence program in the White Mountains National Recreation Area this winter. The Artist in Residence program is open to emerging or established artists working in nearly any media – including painting, printmaking, photography, writing, and music. Learn more>

NPR-A Legacy Well Program Announcement:

The BLM is preparing to solicit for services to support the remediation of the NPR-A legacy wells. Learn more here>

BLM Alaska Releases Guidance for Reclamation of Placer-Mined Streams

BLM Alaska is providing guidance establishing clear and consistent standards for rehabilitating placer-mined streams on public lands managed by the BLM. Read more>

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BLM Releases Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for Proposed Greater Mooses Tooth Oil and Gas Project in Alaska

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