BLM Utah Current Operating Status

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Utah Advisory Councils

General RAC Overview

BLM Utah currently works with the Utah Resource Advisory Council and two Monument Advisory Committees, one for the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument (GSENM) and the other for the Bears Ears National Monument (BENM). A Monument Advisory Committee (MAC) is a type of Resource Advisory Council (RAC).  All three of these advisory groups consist of 15 people, chosen for their expertise in natural resource issues and knowledge of the state or area they represent. Together, they help BLM Utah carry out its stewardship of 23 million acres of public lands. Members include individuals involved with conservation, ranching, outdoor recreation, industry, state and local government, tribal lands, and academia. Diverse memberships ensure that BLM Utah land managers are provided with the varying perspectives needed to achieve their multiple-use mission.

Advisory Council meetings are open to the public and meetings are announced in the Federal Register and through news releases.  Meeting notifications generally include the date(s), time(s), location(s), a list of key topics to be discussed, the time of open periods for the public to directly address the advisory council, and other additional pertinent information.  Members of the public are responsible for their own transportation, lodging, and meals. 

Advisory Councils:


Utah RAC
Lola Bird

David Hercher

Jacob Palma