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Each day, the Bureau of Land Management employees, volunteers and partners conserve public lands, build our nation’s energy infrastructure and support local economies, advance scientific discovery and much more.  Read our blog stories about the BLM in your community and learn how to get involved.

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California, California Desert DO

The BLM encourages visitor safety on public lands during wildflower season in the California desert

PALM SPRINGS,
Arizona

With summer around the corner, BLM Arizona and partners share tips for preventing roadside fires during rest area events

Are you planning to hit the road this summer to beat the heat? With a hot and dry summer around the corner, it is important for travelers to do their part to prevent wildfires along Arizona's highways and roadways.
Arizona

Geologists rock at the Bureau of Land Management Arizona

For Geologists Day, join us in celebrating BLM Arizona geologists who study the processes that shaped the public lands long ago and continue to shape them today.
Farmington DO, Farmington FO

BLM helps conduct groundbreaking research on wildlife and solar development

The Bureau of Land Management, Farmington Field Office, is part
National Office

One for 350

The nearly 67 million acres of sagebrush habitat on BLM-managed public lands are home to more than 350 species of animals, insects and plants.
National Office

Rites of Spring

For much of the year, greater sage-grouse stay out of sight under the cover of sagebrush and native grasses that also serve as their food.
California, California Desert DO

El Centro Field Office Restoration Team protects Peirson’s milk-vetch in Imperial Sand Dunes

Story by: Julia Mogen, BLM California Desert District Public Affairs Specialist Photos by: Camilo Gonzalez, BLM El Centro Field Office Acting Assistant Field Manager for Recreation
Utah

BLM Utah’s Color Country and Paria River Districts recognized with Wildfire Mitigation Award

In a notable recognition of their significant contributions to wildfire risk reduction, the Bureau of Land Management's Color Country and Paria River Districts Fuels Team (CPD Fuels Team) in southw