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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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Lathrop Bayou Prescribed Burn ‘A Great Success’

LATHROP BAYOU, Fla. -- On Feb.

BLM Arizona spotlights State Engineer Carlos Joya during National Engineers Week

Through their work, engineers formulate solutions to complex issues, advance the sustainable development of recreation sites, renewable energy resources, and much more across Arizona.

Are you a good neighbor? BLM sure is! Learn about our Good Neighbor Authority and how it helps communities along the front range

With over 668,000 acres of public lands to manage, BLM Colorado Rocky Mountain District prioritizes fuels treatments in the San Luis Valley and Royal Gorge areas.

Farmington archaeologist engages with local elementary school students

Teachers from Apache Elementary School invited Farmington Field

The Heart of Sagebrush

Sagebrush grows year-round, even in the winter. Its branches hold blowing snow in the landscape to water spring and summer growth, even in periods of drought.

Nature's engineers: the art of wetland restoration using a beaver’s blueprint

In Sublette County, Wyoming, the Bureau of Land Management invested fu

Farmington hosts non-profit youth riding group at Alien Run

Durango Devo has been operating out of Durango, Colorado for nearly 16 years, with a goal of encouraging youth to get out and mountain bike, while fostering a sense of adventure and exploration.

BLM Arizona celebrates women in science

From advancing environmentally sound renewable energy projects to restoring native plant communities to managing diverse populations of wildlife and their habitats, these employees’ passion shines through in the work they do across public lands in Arizona.