Wild horses and burros on 60 Minutes

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Earth Connections Camp: Connecting cultures and bridging worlds through nature

This week, the three-day Earth Connections Camp welcomed students in Utah with the theme of connecting cultures and bridging worlds by intertwining western science with traditional cultural wisdom.

Federal and Tribal leaders formalize agreement for cooperative management of Bears Ears National Monument

On June 18, 2022, national, state office, and local leaders of the Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S.

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

Top 5 things to know about adopting or purchasing a wild horse or burro

If you have always dreamed of owning an iconic piece of the American West in the form of a wild horse or burro, there are a few things to consider prior to hooking up the truck and trailer and hitting the road to a wild horse or burro adoption/sales event! 

BLM & Federal Partners Participate in 2022 Utah Pride Parade

During Pride month in June and throughout the year, we celebrate the contributions of the LGBTQI+ community and honor their efforts to advance equality for all people in this country.

Honoring our fallen firefighters by increasing situational awareness

Story by Melissa Schnee, Public Affairs Specialist; and Color Country and Paria River Districts fire staff. Photos by Color Country and Paria River Districts fire staff.

Phoenix District completes major trash cleanup effort

Story and video by Chris Wonderly, Public Affairs Specialist, Phoenix District Office

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