Fuels Management/Reduction, Vegetation Treatment, and
Habitat Restoration Projects
The Elko District manages more than 12.5 million acres of public lands – all supporting a diversity of fish, wildlife and plants, including threatened, endangered and “at risk” species. In fact, the BLM manages more wildlife and plant habitat than any other federal or state agency in the country. The BLM works to improve the health of entire watersheds to sustain and enhance a variety of biological communities.
Review Resource Information and Completed NEPA Products
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