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The BLM Library

Welcome to the BLM Library Website.  We are the BLM's only full-service library with professional staff serving BLM employees across the country. We also are able to assist members of the general public who seek BLM publications and information.           

We offer a comprehensive range of services, including: 

If you have any questions or can't find what you are looking for, please contact the library at blm_library@blm.gov.

BLM New Publication Spotlight

Strategic Plan for Pollinator Conservation

Threatened and Endangered Species Program’s Strategic Plan for Special Status Species Conservation and
Recovery
BLM-managed lands provide habitat and conservation opportunities for more than 2,700 special status species. BLM management of these species has already helped to achieve delisting and downlisting of federally listed threatened and endangered species and resulted in decisions by the USFWS that sensitive species are not warranted for listing. Increasing human uses of federal lands, coupled with climate change, provide significant challenges for the sustained conservation and recovery of special status species and their habitats. This strategic plan guides a sustained, proactive response to conservation and recovery challenges, emphasizing the value of partnerships and a need to manage at landscape and ecosystem levels. This strategic plan is meant to inspire and promote conservation and stewardship of the habitat upon which special status species depend, thereby ensuring the best outcomes for the benefit of current and future generations. Download the full document.

BLM Library Digitized Collection

View almost 10,000 digitized publications in the BLM'sCover for Developing Quantifiable Management Objectives from Reference Conditions for Wadeable Streams in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska library collection! Topics include natural resources, the environment, public lands, land management, wildlife, grazing, cultural resources, minerals management, water management, recreation, American history, and American government. Our collection is constantly growing so check in often to find new publications.

These documents are freely available online and in a variety of file formats, including PDF, HTML, text, Kindle, ePUB, and more. 

Contact the BLM Library

E-mail: blm_library@blm.gov

Phone: 303-236-6650

Address: Denver Federal Center, Building 50, P.O. Box 25047; Denver, Colorado 80225-0047  

Library Services

The BLM Library, located at the National Operations Center in Denver, exists to serve BLM employees across the country. We also are able to assist members of the general public who seek BLM publications and information. We are the BLM's only full-service library with professional staff. 

Questions? Want to request an item? Contact the BLM Library or visit the Library FAQ.

Employee Resources

The BLM Library provides worldwide access to the best available scientific, historical, and legal information regarding public lands and natural resources management to support researchers, BLM decision-makers, and others seeking knowledge.  Some of our employee resources include: