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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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BLM Arizona celebrates women in science

From advancing environmentally sound renewable energy projects to restoring native plant communities to managing diverse populations of wildlife and their habitats, these employees’ passion shines through in the work they do across public lands in Arizona.
Eastern States, Northeastern States DO

Northeastern States District adds to Seeds of Success and Smithsonian collection

Milwaukee, Wisc.

Dolores River restoration BIL funding

For nearly 15 years, agencies and partners of the BLM have been engaged in restoring the Dolores River in Southwest Colorado.
New Mexico, Las Cruces DO

AIM-ing High in the Chihuahuan Desert

Arizona, Kingman FO

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.
National Office

Dr. Annie Roach: A True Triple Wild Horse Heroine

Eastern States, Southeastern States DO

BLM plans prescribed burn at Lathrop Bayou

Fuels treatment will reduce wildfire threat and improve ecosystem health.
California, California Desert DO

El Centro Staff Makes Impact at Calexico High School Resource Fair with BLM Booth

Story by: Julia Mogen, BLM 
California, California Desert DO

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