Wild horses and burros on 60 Minutes

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During Native American Heritage Month, a Recognition of Indigenous Connections to the Land

By Derrick Henry, Public Affairs Specialist

My Wild Horse Story: Annelyse and Shania

I grew up in the Northeast and never had a horse of my own but took lessons once a week and got around horses any chance I got. As I got a little older, I learned about the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Program and realized my dream of having a wild horse could really happen! 

My Wild Horse Story: How Lois Helped Save the Mustang Jolene Bean

This story is courtesy of Lois Fritz, New Freedom Farm and Shawn Farnsworth, BLM Wild Horse and Burro Specialist

BLM Arizona and partner unveil interpretive display during NPLD celebration

Story by June Lowery, public affairs specialist

BLM Utah Law Enforcement Officers Support Hurricane Relief Efforts

Bureau of Land Management (BLM) law enforcement officers are often asked to respond to natural disasters across the nation.

My Wild Horse Story: Becky and Fancy

I have had Fancy for 7 months now and she has been a true Blessing! She is hands down the smartest most intuitive horse I have ever had the pleasure of training. Every ounce of love, patience and kindness I pour into her comes back to me two-fold.  

Since its passage in 1976, FLPMA has helped the BLM meet the moment

By Derrick Henry, Public Affairs Specialist

Getting to Know You – New State Director prioritizes people

Story by Gina Baltrusch, Public Affairs Officer, North Central Montana District

BLM and Partners Complete Lower Mattole River and Estuary Restoration Effort

By Zane Ruddy, Fish Biologist, Arcata Field Office

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