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Glasgow Field Office

Glasgow Field Office land status map--click for a larger image
The Glasgow Field Office covers Valley County, Montana, located in the northeastern part of the state in the area known as the HiLine.  The BLM manages just over one million acres of surface lands in the county and almost 1.4 million acres of mineral estate.  The BLM-managed public lands include seven watersheds containing 1,700 ponds/lakes.  The vast sagebrush landscapes of Valley County provide habitat for an estimated 4,000 greater sage-grouse and many other species of wildlife.  As can be expected, the BLM lands here receive the heaviest recreation use during fall hunting seasons.  The Bitter Creek and Burnt Lodge Wilderness Study Areas are important outdoor recreation areas.  

The Milk River flows gently through the county from west to east.  Meriwether Lewis named the river on May 8, 1805, for its cloudy appearance.  He noted a "peculiar whiteness, being about the color of a cup of tea with the admixture of a tablespoonful of milk."  Cultural resources abound on BLM lands, and the Glasgow Field Office is working with Montana State University to study the Plains Indians’ use of the Milk River valley.

HiLine Resource Management Plan Website

For FY16, the Montana/Dakotas BLM will begin using ePlanning for tracking NEPA and Planning documents.  Please see the main ePlanning webpage for a listing of all NEPA and Planning projects in the Montana/Dakotas BLM beginning Oct. 1, 2015.

In the Spotlight   

Bentonite #4 Mine Environmental Assessment

Bentonite #4 Mine FONSI

Bentonite #4 Mine External Scoping Request

BLM HiLine District to hold Wildfire Education Day at Glasgow

BLM Glasgow Field Office fence modification project aids pronghorn

BLM Glasgow Field Office repairs dams in Valley County

Tips for Sportsmen and Sportswomen Using Public Lands 

Willow North Watershed Ten Year Monitoring and Standards and Guidelines Report (pdf--1.6 mb) | Appendix 1--Photos (pdf--4.1 mb)

Burrowing Owls of the Northern Prairie

Watershed Assessment Reports and Environmental Assessments

Frequently Requested

Fire Restrictions | Regional Fire Information | Local Fire Information Media Guide

Recreation Opportunities


Central Montana Resource Advisory Council  

Target Shooting


Glasgow Field Office | 5 Lasar Drive | Glasgow, MT 59230
Phone: 406-228-3750 | Fax: 406-228-3751 |
Office Hours: 7:45 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.  M-F