State National Conservation Lands Pages


National Conservation Lands

State web pages provide more detailed information about the National Conservation Lands wthin each state. Click on the links below to learn more.

Alaska 

Arizona  

California

Colorado

Eastern States 

Idaho 

Montana

Nevada

New Mexico

Oregon 

Utah 

Wyoming

Alaska

Alaska is home to one national conservation area, one national historic trail, and six wild and scenic rivers. To learn more about the National Conservation Lands in Alaska, click here.

Arizona

Arizona manages five national monuments and three national conservation areas. There are two national historic trails, and one national scenic trail. Arizona also manages forty-seven wilderness areas and two wilderness study areas. To learn more about the National Conservation Lands in Arizona, click here.

California

California manages three national monuments, and one national conservation area. California is also home to one forest reserve, an oustanding natural area, eight wild and scenic rivers, three national historic trails, and one national scenic trail. California also manages eighty-five wilderness areas, and sixty-seven wilderness study areas. To learn more about the National Conservation Lands in California, click here

Colorado

There is one national monument, and three national conservation areas in Colorado. Colorado also manages five wilderness areas and fifty-four wilderness study areas. There is also one national historic trail, and one national scenic trail within the conservation system in Colorado. To learn more about the National Conservation Lands in Colorado, click here.

Eastern States (Maryland and Florida)

The Eastern States Office is made up of the thirty-one States east of and bordering the Mississippi River. There are two National Conservation Lands areas in the BLM's Eastern States. The section of the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail that the BLM manages is in Maryland, and Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area is in Florida.

Idaho

There is one national monument, and one national conservation area in Idaho. Idaho has seven wilderness areas, and forty-four wilderness study areas. Four national historic trails and one national scenic trail are managed by the Idaho State Office. To learn more about the National Conservation Lands in Idaho, click here.

Montana

There are two national monuments in Montana within the conservation system. Montana manages one wilderness area, and thirty-nine wilderness study areas. There are also three national historic trails, one wild and scenic river within Montana. To learn more about the National Conservation Lands in Montana, click here.

Nevada

There are three national conservation areas within Nevada. Nevada also manages forty-five wilderness areas, and sixty-three wilderness study areas. There are also three national historic trails that are managed as a part of the conservation system in Nevada. To learn more about the National Conservation Lands in Nevada, click here.

New Mexico

There are two national monuments, and two national conservation areas in New Mexico. There are five wilderness areas, and fifty-eight wilderness study areas. New Mexico also has two national historic trails, one national scenic trail and two wild and scenic rivers. To learn more about the National Conservation Lands in New Mexico, click here.

Oregon/Washington

Oregon has one national monument, a cooperative management and protection area, and an outstanding natural area. There is one wilderness area in Washington and eighty-eight wilderness study areas in Oregon. There are twenty-three wild and scenic rivers, two national historic trails, and a national scenic trail in Oregon managed as a part of the conservation system. To learn more about the National Conservation Lands in Oregon/Washington, click here.

Utah

Utah has one national monument, and two national conservation areas. Utah has eighteen wilderness areas, and eighty-seven wilderness study areas. There are sections of three national historic trails, and eleven wild and scenic rivers. To learn more about the National Conservation Lands in Utah, click here  

Wyoming

Wyoming has forty two wilderness study areas, five national historic trails, and one national scenic trail that are managed as a part of the conservation system. To learn more about the National Conservation Lands in Wyoming, click here