Library Services

Full bookshelves at the BLM Library

The BLM Library, located in Denver at the National Operations Center, is the only full-service library in the BLM with professional staff.  The BLM Library provides access to scientific, historical, and legal information regarding public lands and natural resources management to support researchers, BLM decision makers, and others seeking knowledge.

The BLM Library’s collection includes not only books but peer-reviewed journals, technical publications, policy, historical documents, and more. While most of the collection focuses on biological and earth sciences, the library also provides materials pertaining to policy and management. Click to search our online catalog.

In addition to providing access to materials the BLM Library Reference service will quickly answer your questions and assist users in locating information and items.  

 

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Contacting the BLM Library

Our professional librarians are here to help. For the fastest service, contact our group email address, blm_library@blm.gov, or reference phone line (303) 236-6650. Sending an email is the preferred method of contact, as it helps us process the request.

Address:

BLM Library, OC-521
Denver Federal Center, Bldg. 50
P.O. Box 25047
Denver, CO 80225-0047

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: