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AIM-ing High in the Chihuahuan Desert

Community Partnerships: Cerbat Ridge Runners leaving it better than they found it

Cerbat Ridge Runners UTV/ATV Club of Kingman conducted a desert clean up near the Hualapai Mountains in Arizona.

BLM plans prescribed burn at Lathrop Bayou

Fuels treatment will reduce wildfire threat and improve ecosystem health.

BLM Fire team from California Desert District hosts successful hiring event

The California Desert Interagency Fire Program recently held a hiring event in Riverside, California to fill over 40 wildland firefighter and support positions for the 20

The history of Deer Haven

The 4,900-acre Deer Haven parcel northwest of Canon City was donated to the BLM by the Mellon Foundation through the Land and Water Conservation Fund in 1992.

Growing careers and the native seed supply in the Southwest with Seeds of Success

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) prides itself on a “can-do” approach to work, but how many of us could tough it out with field work in daily 119-degree heat in the desert Southwest?