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Abandoned Mine Lands - Partnerships


California’s BLM partnerships help achieve BLM-AML strategic goals.  Making it possible to achieve a number of objectives. For instance:

• Detail studies to determine the danger of contaminated environment 

• Educate the public about Abandoned Mine Lands

• Provide valuable information nation wide and increase its awareness to every age group.

• Encourage partnership and stakeholder support for planning decisions

• Increase knowledge of economic, social, and environmental conditions as well as state  and local use requirements

 California Department of Conservation
   United State Geological Survey
  Mine Safety and Health Administration
  U.S. Forest Service
  California Division of Water Quality
  Army Corps of Engineers
  Environmental Protection Agency
  U.S. National Park Service
  California Department of Toxic Substances Control

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