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Collaboration and Dispute Resolution Program

Collaborative Stakeholder Engagement and Appropriate Dispute Resolution

What BLM, Communities, and the Public Need to Know for Preventing Conflict and Resolving Disputes Involving Public Lands and Resources

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The Collaboration and Dispute Resolution Program has published this guide to provide BLM policy, suggested strategies, and best management practices for many of the collaborative and dispute resolution processes most often utilized in the BLM.  This information was developed to help the Bureau, communities, and the public in considering, convening, and/or participating in these processes for natural resources projects, plans, and decisions, thereby improving relationships and saving time, budget dollars, and public resources.

The full version of this document is available here.  The companion Negotiation guide expands on the information and strategies related to natural resources negotiations.  For further information, please contact us.