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National Public Lands Day Celebrates 20 Years of Cleanups

  

 

Students from the California State University -  Monterey Bay participated in a native seeding project at Fort Ord National Monument, just one of nearly 200 BLM sites participating in National Public Lands Day. 

 

What started small--with a handful of BLM locations and only about 50 sites nationwide--has blossomed into truly national event. This year's National Public Lands Day brought out more than 175,000 people to help restore our public land and celebrated the 20th year of this great event.  Over 2000 sites across the country were registered as NPLD sites this year, and nearly 200 of those were on BLM land. Click here to view more photos from this year's BLM sites.

 

 
   

 


Volunteer Opportunities
 
Volunteer Image - No captionBLM welcomes volunteers from all walks of life: whatever your interest, there's a volunteer opportunity to match. And what a great chance for families to come together with a purpose. Click here for information on specific BLM volunteer openings as listed on Volunteer.gov, a national volunteer database..   

 

 
 
 
   
 

VOLUNTEERING FOR The PUBLIC LANDS
JUST GOT MORE REWARDING

 
   
 

Volunteer Pass Program 

THE AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL VOLUNTEER PASS
Click here for details.

 
   
 

BLM’s 2012 Volunteer Annual Report

 
   
 BLM's 2012 Volunteer Annual Report

 
Interested in knowing just how—and how much—volunteers contribute to BLM programs across the nation?  Click here to view BLM’s latest Volunteer Annual Report.

 

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guide for blm volunteers!

 
   
 

 

 

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Everything you need to know to have a great volunteer experience with BLM. Click here for (1.6MB PDF)

 
  

 

 


 
Last updated: 11-21-2013