Land Use Plan Revisions
In 2001, the BLM initiated an effort to evaluate and amend or revise its existing land use plans (many of which were more than 20 years old) in response to changing conditions and demands on the public lands. This included the preparation of new plans for designated units of the National Landscape Conservation System (NLCS). Today, the BLM has completed over 75 Resource Management Plans or major plan amendments. Over 45 plans are currently in various stages of revision. The Director's Ten Year Planning Schedule displays current and future planning efforts through FY2018.
Most Recent Publications
- 9/20/2013 - San Juan Proposed RMP published
- 9/06/2013 - Winnemucca Proposed RMP published
Land Use Plan Revisions In Progress