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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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Creating wildfire-resilient Alaska communities

Collaboration between federal agencies, rural communities, Alaska Native organizations and Tribes in an expanding hazardous fuels mitigation program.

BLM Palm Springs – South Coast Field Office hosts local Scary Desert Creatures event

To help educate the public about California’s native desert animals as well as provide summer safety tips, BLM Palms Springs – South Coast Field Office Interpretative Spe

From failed meet cute to forever; A life changing journey to Mustang Mania

If you met Kylie Rhodes (now Rice) a little over two years ago she would have told you she had it figured out.

Sand Wash Basin herd population survey and monitoring

In August of this year, the Little Snake Field Office conducted a fixed wing aerial survey of wild horses within the Sand Wa

Tucson Field Office and partners host NPLD youth event on National Conservation Area

The BLM’s Tucson Field Office, in partnership with the Empire Ranch Foundation and BLM grazing lessee and Vera Earl Ranch ow

Service Dogs: Advancing Access and Equity

When BLM employee Sheila Dailey prepares to go to the field, she packs her safety equipment, fuels up the truck, and brings along project files.

Zachary Ormsby: Change Agent for Access and Equity

When he helped shape the initial development of Bureau of Land Management’s new 21st Century Blueprint for Outdoor Recreation, Zac

Meet Netawn Marsoobian, BLM Arizona public affairs intern

After connecting with her family and her culture through public lands, working on and for public lands came naturally to Netawn Marsoobian.