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NEW! Top Story: BLM, MCC collect sage brush seed for habitat improvement projects

NEW! BLM Seeks Bids for New Off-Range Pastures to Care for Wild Horses | Resource Page for Wild Horse Off-Range Pasture Solicitation

BLM Seeks Nominations to Resource Advisory Councils

BLM concludes preliminary Public Scoping Meetings to Restore Bullwhacker Access

President Proposes $1.2 Billion for BLM in Fiscal Year 2016

BLM and Forest Service Announce 2015 Grazing Fee

BLM Montana/Dakotas Oil and Gas Lease Sale Nets Over $4.2 Million

Top Story: BLM Cool Operators!

January 27, 2015 Oil and Gas Lease Sale Decision Record and FONSI documents now online

BLM NDFO Seeks Comment on Pipeline Environmental Assessment | BakkenLink Webpage

BLM Montana/Dakotas 2013 Annual Report 



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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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