U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
1National grazing impacts cannot be calculated due to technical limitations. Statewide totals are substituted.
About These Numbers
Data in the "Direct" column are an estimate of the BLM's economic contribution to local economies in terms of employment and output directly associated with BLM-managed lands and resources. These impacts might be associated with river guides and other recreation outfitters, for example. Data in the "Total" column for each category of BLM activity demonstrate the agency's impacts, including indirect and induced impacts associated with, for instance, companies that manufacture outdoor gear and local service businesses in gateway communities.
National numbers may be larger than the sum of individual state numbers because the national number accounts for activity across state lines. For example, machinery production in California might be used to support mining activity in Wyoming. Employment benefits reflect an annual average for full- and part-time private sector jobs. Table totals may not add exactly, because of rounding. The data are preliminary and are subject to change based on further review.
Available for Download
A PDF version of data from BLM's current “A Sound Investment for America,” is available for download by clicking this link.