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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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Fossils from BLM lands help confirm a new species of Allosaur

On Friday, January 24, the BLM participated in the Natural History Museum of Utah's unveiling of Allosaurus jimmadseni, a new species of Allosaur.
Rachel Wootton
Eastern States

Deadwood, South Dakota

The General Land Offic

Bureau of Indian Affairs receives list of 7 million Vietnam-era veterans this week for 2019 land allotment program

Progress moved a step closer this week toward fulfilling last year’s law to issue land allotments to eligible Alaska N
Alaska, Alaska Fire Service

Ice, fire, back to ice

After a month helping firefighting efforts in Australia, BLM Alaska Fire Service Associate Manager Kyle Cowan left the 112-degree weather in Sydney, and returned on to 33-below-zero temperatures in
Beth Ipsen

Butte Range Program stretches range improvement funds through Cooperative Agreements

Story and photos by Carmela Romerio, Rangeland Management Specialist, Butte Field Office
Eastern States

BLM GLO Team’s story maps bring land records to life

Since February 2018, the BLM Eastern States General Land Office (GLO) Records Automation Branch has published online weekly a "General Land Office Record of the Week" story map.
Eastern States

The Donner Party

Join the GLO team this week as they t
Eastern States

First Homesteader - Daniel Freeman

Eastern States

Boise, Idaho

Join the GLO team as we head to the stat
Eastern States

Leavenworth, Washington

This week the GLO

A Good Home: Honoring the Tipi at Pompeys Pillar National Monument

Story by Jaime Tompkins, Outdoor Recreation Planner (NLCS), Montana/Dakotas State Office