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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

Other Programs

Mine

Abandoned Mine Lands

Abandoned Mine Lands program enhances public safety and improves water quality. Read more >>

Botany

Botany

The BLM lands in Oregon and Washington host a great diversity of plant communities. Read more >>

Cultural Heritage

Cultural Heritage

Cultural resources can include a vast range in types of sites and landscapes that result from past human activities. Read more >>

Fisheries

Fisheries

The rivers, streams, and lakes of Oregon and Washington are home to a diverse array of fish species. Read more >>

Minerals

Minerals Program

The Oregon/Washington BLM is responsible for a wide variety of activities within the minerals program. Read more >>

NRST

National Riparian Service Team

Riparian areas and wetlands are some of the most diverse and productive portions of the land base. Read more >>

science

Science

The BLM managers use science in making land use management decisions. Rea more >>

soils

Soils

Soils form an ecologically rich and active zone at the interface between geologic materials and the atmosphere. Read more >>

special-status species

Special-Status Species

An interagency program was established for the conservation and management of rare species. Read more >>

Survey and Manage Species

Survey and Manage Species

The Northwest Forest Plan includes the Survey and Manage mitigation measure. Read more >>

weeds

Weeds

Weeds are spreading on BLM lands at an estimated rate of 12 percent per year. Read more >>

wildlife

Wildlife

The BLM lands in Oregon and Washington have a diverse array of wildlife species and habitats. Read more >>