BLM Arizona improves efficiency in wildland firefighting

A BLM Arizona Helitack crew is now certified as only one of five crews in the nation with specialized training that improves response time to fires and increases the effi

Podcast: Help pollinators, “bee” a community scientist

We're all abuzz about bees in this Frontiers podcast. BLM Alaska wildlife biologist Casey Jones recently sat down to talk about community science initiatives and how people can help us learn more about Alaska's bees.

Podcast: Fire breathing, smoky, and tough – a firefighter’s career

Wildland firefighting is tough, strenuous, and often stressful work. Frontiers caught up with a retired BLM firefighter to find out how the service has changed, and to see if he would do it again.

You're invited! Learn about wild horse country at the 2021 Wild Horse Walkabout!

The next Wild Horse Walkabout is coming up! Join a BLM California for a three-day, hands-on outdoor learning experience in the Twin Peaks Herd Management Area north of Susanville, California.

BLM archaeologist digs data

Before a new road, pipeline or even a fence can traverse BLM land, a call goes out to BLM archaeologists.

Pueblo de Santa Clara

This week's Record of the Week is a map of survey approved on July 26, 1859, of Pueblo de Santa Clara. As noted in the upper right corner of the document, on December 22, 1858, U.S.

National Moon Day

On July 20, 1971, National Moon Day was proclaimed to honor the anniversary of man's first moon landing.

U.S. Marshals Service recognizes BLM Rangers for role in the apprehension of fugitive kidnapping suspect

Deputy Pete Thompson with the United States Marshals Service (USMS) recently recognized BLM Arizona Strip Field Office Law Enforcement Ranger Curtis Racker and Grand Cany

BLM California presents prestigious Ed Hastey Stewardship Awards

In recognition of their decades of leadership and public service, BLM California has presented its inaugural Ed Hastey Stewardship Award to Outdoor Recreation Planner Stan Bales and Bishop Field Of

Happy 75th Anniversary, BLM!

The Bureau of Land Management was established on July 16, 1946, and was formed as a merger between two agencies; the Grazing Service, and the General Land Office. So, how did we get here?

Scientists take AIM at natural resources on BLM-managed land

Story by David Hercher, Public Affairs Specialist. Photos by the Paria River District.

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