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Successful Mechanical Removal of Green Sunfish (Lepomis cyanellus) from Closed Systems

Aravaipa and Bonita Creeks are unique aquatic systems in southern Arizona as they still support intact or nearly intact nati

The BLM cares for all kinds of public land resources, including invaluable ones

By Derrick Henry, Public Affairs Specialist

Russell Cave National Monument

This week, the General Land Office features a survey plat that displays the boundaries of the Russell Cave National Monument in Alabama.

Heceta Head Lighthouse, Oregon

The Heceta Head Lighthouse is a 56-foot tall structure perched on a curved cliff on the west side of Heceta Head.

Not Your Ordinary Job: Bonneville Interagency Hotshot Crew Goes Beyond the Call of Duty

April was a busy month for the Bonneville Interagency Hotshot Crew, based in Salt Lake City, Utah!

Javonne Goodman

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.

Charles Ebbers