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BLM Alaska Public Rooms: A One-stop shop to your public lands

“And then I spilled it all over the floor!” said Scott Hawkins, a 10-year Fairbanks Public Room veteran, in response to an

El Malpais National Conservation Area Ranger Station celebrates grand reopening

Story and photos by Darren Scott, Public Affairs Specialist

Holle' Waddell: A woman of action, a woman of thought

By Special Contributor Paula Cook

Onizuka Air Force Station

In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the General Land Office is highlighting a record that pays tribute to a prominent Asian American.

Moses E. Levy

Hello and welcome to the Record of the Week! This week, the team travels to Micanopy, Florida, the first town instituted in the new Florida territory and cofounded by Moses E. Levy.

BLM Wildlife Biologist Lindsey Rush studies pygmy rabbit habitat in Idaho

Story by Sara Morelli, Public Affairs Specialist (Detail), Idaho State Office. Photos by BLM Idaho.

Sagebrush and Grasses and Forbs: All the Better for Nesting

by Heather Feeney, Public Affairs Specialist  

BLM Idaho wildlife biologists use pikas as climate change indicators

Story and photos by Bruce Hallman, Public Affairs Specialist

University of Idaho project provides insights about grazing’s impact on sage-grouse habitat

Story by Sara Morelli, Public Affairs Specialist (detail), Idaho State Office. Photos courtesy of the University of Idaho.

Lode & Placer: 150 years of mining claims on public lands

by Heather Feeney, Public Affairs Specialist 

Antietam National Battlefield

Hello and welcome to the Record of the Week. This week, the team travels to Sharpsburg, Maryland to view the Antietam National Battlefield.

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