Explore Your Public Lands with New Interactive Features

Map of New Mexico

Interactive Web Map
Check out the latest interactive web map developed by BLM-New Mexico.  This map features data from many aspects of the BLM’s work, including natural resource planning and oil and gas development.  
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New Access Tool for Trail Riders
The BLM's new suite of online maps provide information and eye-catching visual images of mountain biking recreation sites and trails.  Launch maps | Watch video.

  
Interactive Maps of National Conservation Lands

Access Public Lands Through Recreation Guides
The BLM's National Conservation Lands program has developed online recreational guides to easily connect to these lands.  Click here to launch.



In the Spotlight

BLM Issues Final Approval for the Southline Transmission Line Project

BLM Farmington District Seeks Nominations to Resource Advisory Council

BLM Las Cruces District Seeks Nominations to Resource Advisory Council Within Dona Ana, Luna, Sierra, Otero, Grant and Hidalgo Counties

BLM Pecos District Seeks Nominations to Resource Advisory Council

BLM seeks input from interested parties on revising the Permian Basin Programmatic Agreement

BLM Releases Record of Decision and Approved Resource Management Plan for the Prehistoric Trackways National Monument in Southern New Mexico

BLM Designates 2016 Fee-Free Days, Making it Even Easier For Americans to Connect with Their Public Lands

BLM Seeks Public Comments on the Revised Statewide Supplementary Rules

BLM and Western Announce the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Southline Transmission Project

Pentaceratops Ops: Dinosaurs Will Fly!
PentaceratopsOn Thursday, October 29, 2015, the BLM, the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, and the New Mexico National Guard partnered to airlift the full skeletal remains of the first baby Pentaceratops ever discovered and the skull of an adult Pentaceratops out of the Bisti Wilderness and Ah-shi-sle-pah Wilderness Study Area.

BLM Announces Leadership Appointments in Three Key States: New Mexico, Nevada and California

The BLM Oklahoma Field Office has suspended issuing America the Beautiful passes at its field station in Oklahoma City due to temporary staffing shortages. Passes may still be obtained at the main field office location in Tulsa.


 

 

Hunting Unit MapsHunting Unit Maps
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.
  
Woodcutting/ForestryWoodcutting/Forestry
Visit our Forestry page for information about woodcutting on BLM lands in New Mexico including an interactive fuelwood harvest area map.
  
photo of grassland restoration treatment

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 www.publiclands.org.


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