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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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Challenge & Opportunity: 1952 and 2022

by Heather Feeney, BLM Public Affairs

BLM honors Juneteenth holiday with a fee-free day

Story by Diane Priebe, Acting National Recreation Fee Program Assistant Manager, and KC Craven, Outdoor Recreation Planner.

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.

Javonne Goodman

Nurturing Young Minds Through Education and Conservation 

By Philip Oviatt, Central California District Public Affairs Officer 

BLM Colorado Partnerships and Restoration Landscapes

BLM Director Tracy Stone Manning recently visited North Park near Walden, CO and the Blanca Wetlands near Alamosa, CO to learn more about successful partnerships. 


BLM CA Biologists Make Impact at Natural Communities Conference

By Philip Oviatt, Central California Public Affairs Officer 

Dunes Landmark Dedication

Inflation Reduction Act will fund Landscape Restoration

by Heather Feeney, Public Affairs Specialist