U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
Lands and Realty Program — The Northeastern States Field Office manages the lands and the realty program for the 21 northeastern states within its jurisdiction. Eight of these states contain public domain lands; Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
Fluid Minerals — The Fluid Minerals Program in the Northeastern States Field Office is mandated by law, driven by customer demand, and moderated by interagency coordination and cooperation.
Solid Minerals —The Solid Minerals Program for the Northeastern States Field Office is administered by the Division of Solid Minerals, located in
Planning and Environmental Coordination — Planning in the Northeastern States Field Office deals primarily with management of minerals leasing on Federal and non-Federal (split-estate) lands and development of criteria for the orderly management of BLM's scattered tracts in the Northeastern States Field Office area.
Wild Horse and Burro Program — The Wild Free-Roaming Horse and Burro Act, passed by Congress in 1971, directed the BLM to protect and manage wild horses and burros roaming on Public Lands. The Adopt-A-Horse and Burro Program has had great success in the Northeastern States Field Office and the
The Lake Vermilion Coordinated Resource Management Plan was developed for a group of 87 small islands in