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Connecting People to their Public Lands 2015 – An update on Education, Interpretation, Volunteer, and Youth Employment Activities in New Mexico

Interior Department Releases Final Rule to Support Safe, Responsible Hydraulic Fracturing Activities on Public and Tribal Lands

BLM Signs Record of Decision Approving a Right-of-Way for the SunZia Southwest Transmission Project

BLM Releases Proposed Resource Management Plan for the Prehistoric Trackways National Monument in Southern New Mexico

BLM Releases Environmental Assessment on DOD Proposal to Run Segments of SunZia Southwest Transmission Line Underground

BLM Announces Fee-Free Days for 2015

Federal Helium Auction Generates Over $14 Million for US Treasury

BLM & BIA publish scoping report for Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas Environmental Impact Statement/Resource Management Plan

BLM to Hold Rotational Federal Oil and Gas Lease Sales



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The BLM has partnered with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish to offer mobile maps of New Mexico’s big-game hunting units through the CarryMap Application.
Visit our Forestry page for information about woodcutting on BLM lands in New Mexico including an interactive fuelwood harvest area map.
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Restore New Mexico
BLM is working with ranchers, industry, conservationists, and other agencies to restore New Mexico’s landscapes to healthy ecological states.

New Mexico Public Lands Information Center

Maps, Books, Permits and More at the Public Lands Information Center
Looking for the right map, book, permit or recommendation to explore your Public Lands? If so, visit the Public Lands Information Center in BLM's New Mexico State Office at 301 Dinosaur Trail in Santa Fe between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm (MT) Monday-Friday or call toll free: 1-877-276-9404. 

You can also visit the on-line Public Lands Information Center anytime - just log on to

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