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Miles City Field Office

Miles City Field Office land status map--click for larger image
The Miles City Field Office manages more than 2.7 million surface acres of public land and over 12.4 million acres of subsurface mineral estate in eastern Montana. This area of responsibility includes 16 counties in eastern Montana.

Eastern Montana hosts a wide variety of recreation opportunities including; hunting, fishing, hiking, rafting, bird watching, rock collecting, mountain biking and frontier-era historical sites. Multiple-uses incorporate mineral extraction, grazing and timber management, which augment local economies in this ecologically and geologically diverse region of the northern plains.

This area’s fossil resources are world famous for well-known dinosaurs such as Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops and Hadrosaur—made famous by Hollywood and the media. Each year, these world-class specimens attract field excavation crews from federally-recognized fossil repositories, museums and institutions from across the U.S.

Our priorities are to cultivate community-based conservation and citizen-centered stewardship. When visiting Montana, be sure to visit the high plains and discover for yourself "Montana’s Best Kept Secret."


In the Spotlight 

MT/DK Resource Management Plans
Miles City Draft Resource Management Plan

BLM to host artifact road show

American Colloid Co. Amendment No. 13 Environmental Assesment

American Colloid Co. Amendment No. 13 FONSI and Decision Record

American Colloid draft EA available

Rare "Egg thief lizard" discovered on Montana public land

BLM, community, public benefit from Restorative Justice Program

Eastern Montana BLM dinosaur tours Japan

BLM: Conditions are dry, be careful

2013 Paleo season productive on BLM-managed lands

 

 

 

 


Frequently Requested

Fire Restrictions | Fire Information

Eastern Montana Fire Zone fire information

Recreation

Miles City Resource Management Plan (RMP) website

Supplement to the 2003 Statewide Final Oil and Gas EIS website (SEIS)

Coal Bed Natural Gas Information

NEPA Log

Pending Applications For Permit to Drill

Eastern Montana Resource Advisory Council

Proposed Oil and Gas Amendment of the Billings, Powder River and South Dakota Resource Management Plans and Final Environmental Impact Statement (1992) (pdf 13.3 mb) | Record of Decision


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Miles City Field Office |  111 Garryowen Road |  Miles City, MT 59301-0940

Phone: 406-233-2800 |  Fax: 406-233-2921 |  Office hours: 7:45 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. M-F