Featured

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.

Antoinette Funk and Lida Munson Hume: Trailblazing feminists and protectors of public lands

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

A woman who blazed many trails: Denise Meridith

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

Eleanor Schwartz, Mother of the Mission: Transforming the BLM through landmark legislation

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

Stewardship drives the BLM’s approach to managing vast areas of public land

By Derrick Henry, Public Affairs Specialist

Great American Outdoors Act: Enhancing Utah Public Lands

The Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) is a historic investment in the protection and sustainment of public lands and Bureau of Indian Education-funded schools.

Public lands are responsive to the increased demand for renewable energy

By Derrick Henry, Public Affairs Specialist

Women’s History Month: Celebrating Our Stories

Each of us has a life story that can inspire others, create meaningful connections, improve the world around us and build a new foundation for those who may dream of following our current paths.

Outdoor adventure seekers on public lands generate economic benefits

By Derrick Henry, Public Affairs Specialist

AIMing to understand dynamics of Arctic grayling in the Beaver Creek Wild and Scenic River

The Bureau of Land Management in Alaska manages approximately 111 river miles of the Beaver Creek Wild and Scenic River.

The Line in the Sand   

By Kate Miyamoto, Public Affairs Specialist, California Desert District

Subscribe to Blogs