Podcast: BLM Alaska Public Room Shedding Light on the Process

BLM Alaska public rooms help folks with all sorts of public-lands related stuff. Right now, they're helping a lot of Alaska Native veterans with land allotments

Partnering for amphibian conservation

Story by Brad Jost, Wildlife Biologist. Photos by Brome McCreary, USGS FRESC; Brian Sullivan; Jennifer Peterson, USGS WERC; Marisa Ishimatsu; and David Muth.

Hope in the High Country: Standing for the Whitebark pine

The Whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) is an amazing tree – what ecologists call a k

Kennedy Center

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., serves as the United State's national cultural center as well as a living memorial to President John F. Kennedy.

BLM and Friends plant more cottonwoods in the UMRBNM

Bonny Richards, Hydrologist, Lewistown Field Office 

BLM Idaho Horse Whisperer Goes Back to School

Last winter, BLM Idaho Challis Field Office Wild Horse Specialist Kevin Lloyd got to go back to school.

BLM and partners remove invasive fish from Aravaipa Creek

Fifty-one biologists from three states united at Aravaipa Creek in late March and early April 2021 to remove nonnative Yellow Bullhead fish that threaten the survival of the native fish community. Removing these non-native fish will help protect native fish species and their habitats.

BLM Colorado Celebrates Volunteer Month

Volunteers are vital to BLM Colorado. Every year, thousands of volunteers donate their time, skills, and services to help us manage public land.

Turkeytown, Alabama

This week's story map brings us to Turkeytown, Alabama, and features a survey plat approved April 20, 1840.

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