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Educational Information

  A Geologist from BLM-CA state office teaches students about hazards found in and around mines.  BLM holds regular scheduled training workshops to teach new employees and regular employees alike the dangers associated with current and past mining practices. Picture by S.White.
A Geologist from the BLM-CA state office educates students about hazards found in and around mines.

BLM's Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) Program encourages the public to educate themselves about the many dangers of abandoned mines on public lands, including but not limited too: fall hazards; snakes, insects, and other wildlife; bad air; and falling rock or other debris.  Partnerships such as the one with Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) helps BLM accomplish many of its outreach and education goals.  The websites below are for educators, students, and public.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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