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National Public Lands Day
BLM Marks National Public Lands Day 2014

Drivers Cautioned When Traveling Central Montana Roads

Changes to Sundance Lodge Hunting Reservations

BLM no longer considering land exchange to restore Bullwhacker access

BLM Withdraws Assessment of Proposed Wild Horse Ecosanctuary

EarthCache Trail to debut on Upper Missouri River

BLM Issues Rapid Ecoregional Assessments For the Northwestern Plains and Middle Rockies

BLM Billings Temporarily Discontinues Sale of Firewood Permits

BLM Glasgow Field Office repairs dams in Valley County

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BLM Montana/Dakotas Oil and Gas Lease Sale Nets Just Over $1.1 Million

TOP STORY: Bakken Federal Executives Group Meets in Dickinson

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The Bureau of Land Management Montana/Dakotas manages about 8.3 million acres of federal lands and about 47.2 million acres of federal mineral estate in the three states of Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota.  These public lands provide habitat for wildlife, forage for domestic livestock, forest products ranging from Christmas trees to commercial timber, and a wide range of recreational opportunities.  The federal mineral estate, which includes oil, natural gas, and coal, is a critical source of energy as our nation works to develop domestic resources while creating jobs.



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