Wildland Firefighters Tune Up & Polish Skills in Fire Engine Operator Training Workshop

In partnership with the Unified Fire Authority and Utah National Guard, firefighters attended the interagency fire engine operator training workshop on May 25.

An Outstanding Day by Iko Bay

Legacy Well Iko Bay #1, a 2731-foot-deep natural gas well, was plugged and abandoned after a full remediation by the BLM.

Partnerships carry vast benefits for the BLM’s work

By Derrick Henry, Public Affairs Specialist

Wild horse and burro herd size relatively unchanged since last year

The population of wild horses and burros roaming public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management remained relatively static over the last year, according to the latest annual survey results r

Music to our ears…if only we could hear it!

Music to our ears…if only we could hear it!
Recording bat calls to mitigate impacts to bat species in El Centro Field Office

Gila District volunteers provide valuable service

Story by June Lowery, public affairs specialist 

Flood Safety: Keeping Yourself Safe This Spring

Utah is experiencing record-breaking snowpack levels this year!

Wild horse and burro adoptions remain important programs for the BLM

By Derrick Henry, Public Affairs Specialist

National River Management Award presented to BLM's David Greenwood

David Greenwood, Outdoor Recreation Planner for the Mother Lode Field Office, was recognized by the River Management Society in San Antonio, Texas at the first in-person national River Management S

Women’s History Month: Spotlight on BLM female employees in the field

Compiled by Nikki Grant-Hoffman, PhD, BLM field ecologist.

Native folkways and female role models: The career journey of District Manager Angelita Bulletts

The below story is part of a Women's History Month series, which tells the stories of some of the women who have helped shape the Bureau of Land Management's mission, vision and values for more

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