Navigating the path to Assessment, Inventory and Monitoring (AIM) Financial Assistance Webinar Information

Click on this title to follow the link to the recorded video Navigating the path to Assessment, Inventory and Monitoring (AIM) Financial Assistance 

Thank you for joining us for the webinar on "AIM Financial Assistance". Above you can find the link that will redirect you to the recorded webinar session. 

For further information we have attached the webinar slides and the Financial Assistance Workflow and Terms documents found in the links provided below. Please submit any questions or comments to:

When searching on, use the search feature for "CFDA" and type in one of the three numeric categories to more easily locate the AIM related Notices of Funding Opportunities:

  • 15.237 (Rangeland Resource Management)
  • 15.247 (Wildlife Resource Management)
  • 15.244 (Aquatic Resources Management)

The BLM anticipates releasing new notices of funding opportunities to support AIM monitoring in fiscal year 2024, which will be open to non-profit and government organizations, Tribes, and universities. The BLM plans to release these funding opportunities through the rangeland resource management (assistance listing 15.237), aquatic resource management (assistance listing 15.244), and wildlife resource management (assistance listing 15.247) programs. 

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The BLM Assessment, Inventory & Monitoring team at the National Operations Center was honored with a 2022 Esri Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award at the Esri User Conference. The annual award recognizes the outstanding use of, and leadership in, the field of Geographic Information System (GIS) technology. The BLM was the sole federal agency among this year's recipients. Read the ESRI article.

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Chris Dietrich, Doug Browning, Melissa Dickard, and Logan Shank receiving the 2022 SAG award at the ESRI Conference.
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