Stories From the Field: Changing Workforce
Many factors, including cultural, technological and demographic changes, influenced the nature of the BLM's workforce, how it functioned and how it would be structured.
By Larry Bauer
It will be hard to forget 1982. That was the year that some 700 employees of the Conservation Division of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) cycled through three agencies without ever filling out a job application.
By Cheryl Zwang
In my 20 years of work with the BLM, I have witnessed great patience and perseverance by both tribal and BLM leaders, creating a foundation on which the BLM and the tribes have built and maintained strong relationships.
By Chip Calamaio, with Deb Rawhouser, Larry Hamilton, and Denise Meridith
Recalling the weeklong BLM summit that brought together 410 BLM managers and more than 100 stakeholders.
By Melissa Dukes
The face of the BLM has, from the beginning, reflected the face of the people who use its public lands. This article looks at some of those changes.