America’s Priceless Heritage:
Cultural and Fossil Resources on Public Lands

BLM's public lands contain a wealth of cultural and paleontological resources that are important to our understanding of both recorded history and pre-history.  These resources represent a priceless heritage which must be protected for future generations.  

These reports highlight the wealth of these cultural and paleontological resources on America's public lands; focus attention on the increasing  challenge with regard to their preservation; present what BLM has done in the past; and ask for the public's help in defining what yet needs to be done if we are to preserve these resources and save our vanishing past. These documents are an invitation to the public to continue our ongoing dialogue with BLM about the health and future of America's cultural and natural legacy.

Tell us what is important to you, what you care most about, what you want saved, and how can BLM work collaboratively to preserve our priceless legacy.

America's Priceless Heritage Reports

For a high quality pdf copy of the Report suitable for printing, click here:

U.S. Department of the Interior, 2003, "America’s Priceless Heritage: Cultural and Fossil Resources on Public Lands," Bureau of Land Management, Washington, DC. BLM/WO/GI-03/007+8100. 18pp.

For a low resolution pdf for fast download, click here:

U.S. Department of the Interior, 2003, "America’s Priceless Heritage: Cultural and Fossil Resources on Public Lands," Bureau of Land Management, Washington, DC. BLM/WO/GI-03/007+8100. 18pp.

 

BLM State Heritage profiles may be accessed here in pdf format by clicking on the state name below:

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