Public Service Announcements

Work for BLM

"You are young, adventurous, wild.
You weren’t meant to be chained to a desk—and the Bureau of Land Management agrees.
You want to hike a trail, float the river, fight forest fires, manage wildlife habitats, discover archaeological treasures, and educate the West about sustainable use of its public lands.
Work for Bureau of Land Management and make a positive impact on land-use decisions in Colorado.
Our mission is to sustain the overall health of Colorado’s public lands.
In order to maintain that mission, we must balance outdoor recreation and commercial development with wildlife habitat management.
To learn more, visit www.blm.gov/co
Brought you by BLM Colorado."

Volunteer for BLM

"Help manage Colorado’s public lands this year.
The Bureau of Land Management is looking for youth volunteers to help with trail building, land conservation, wildlife habitat protection and cultural education programs
The BLM manages more than 8 million acres of land in Colorado, ranging from alpine tundra to towering mesas to river-carved canyons.
The Bureau of Land Management is in charge of more land than any other Federal Agency.
Its mission is to sustain the overall health of public lands by balancing outdoor recreation and commercial development with the responsible management of wildlife habitat.
Do something different; do your part to maintain the beauty of Colorado’s public lands .
To learn more, visit www.blm.gov/co.
Brought you by BLM Colorado."

Fire Jobs

"If pushing paper and sitting at a desk is not really your thing, the Bureau of Land Management can help.
The Bureau of Land Management is looking for men and women to work as wildland firefighters.
BLM Colorado offers exciting, seasonal positions in wildland fire from April until October.
You can work as part of a hot shot, helitack, or engine crew along Colorado’s Western Slope.
You’ll also get the opportunity to travel the West fighting fires and at the same time earn money for school or the winter ski season.
As an employee of the Bureau of Land Management, you’ll help serve your community and sustain the overall health of our nation’s public lands.
To learn more, visit www.blm.gov/co
Brought you by BLM Colorado."

 


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