The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah strives to provide excellent customer service to reporters, editors, and producers and to maintain productive relationships with members of the press. Our goal is to provide useful information that will help tell our story accurately on issues important to the public we serve. We strive to treat all members of the press with integrity, fairness, and respect.
When working with the BLM, please keep in mind that depending on the issue and complexity of your inquiry, public affairs specialists may need to consult with a number of subject matter experts and managers in order to respond. This coordination can take some time. We work as hard as we can to meet your deadlines, but if you are working on a detailed or complex story, please reach out to us as soon as possible. If you are writing about national issues, or Department of the Interior-level actions and priorities, we also may take longer to respond in order to appropriately coordinate with our Headquarters Office. Additionally, there are times when we receive dozens of inquiries in one day and it may take additional time to respond on an emerging high-profile issue.
How to work with us
BLM Utah consists of state office and district office public affairs specialists. If you have an issue or inquiry regarding a local issue or action, please reach out to the local district office. Our administration map can be found on the BLM.gov website.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to BLM Utah’s press contact list. You can also follow us on:
***If you are not a member of the press, and you have questions for the BLM, please check the Offices tab on our homepage for contact information for visitors center and public room staff.***