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Diversifying BLM Leadership and Subject Matter Expertise: Doris Koivula

Women’s Equality Day is the perfect time to celebrate how the modern-day BLM was made possible by the leadership, expertise, and lifelong commitment to public service o

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Dinosaur Exhibits Now on Display

By David Hercher, Paria River District, Utah

Halftime Takeaways: looking forward from the mid-point of this year’s core fire season

We find ourselves at the midway point another core fire season, but this year’s season has been unique.

BLM New Mexico State Office Cadastral crew locates survey monument missing for 101 years

The passage of Public Law 116-92 established White Sands National Park in 2019 and directed the Secretary of the Interior to perform an official survey of the park’s boundaries.

Bonneville SpeedWeek 2023: August Showers Bring Motor Power

By Jonathan D. Mallory, Public Affairs Specialist

New wild horse fertility control effort underway

Wild horses in the Reveille herd in southern Nevada were among the first to be part of a new initiative from the Bureau of Land Management aimed at expanding the use of fertility control vaccines t

BLM conducts important fish surveys in the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area

Story by Fisheries Biologist Christina Perez

Non-energy minerals on public lands are a significant contributor to economic activity and jobs

By Derrick Henry, Public Affairs Specialist

Anchorage Youth say "no" to screens, but "YEP!" to trails

Teenagers take to BLM’s Campbell Tract to labor.  

Charles Ebbers