The BLM manages 264 million acres of public land. Public Rewards from Public Lands presents the value of these lands in economic, social, and environmental terms.
- Letter from the BLM Director
An introduction to the report and an outline of four aspects of land
management the BLM has emphasized: Land-Use Planning for Sustainable
Resource Decisions, Public Land Treasures, Watershed Restoration, and
- Maps, Tables, and Graphs
Maps of the lands under BLM management; statistics on financial benefits
from the public lands to the Federal government and the States; a summary
of the BLM's wild horse and burro program and of commercial and recreational
activities on BLM lands; and names and acreages of the public land treasures
managed by the BLM.
- Great Basin Restoration
Wildland fires and invasive species have ravaged the ecological health
of the Great Basin region, which includes much of Nevada and adjacent
areas of California, Oregon, and Utah. The BLM is part of an initiative
to protect rangelands, restore shrublands, and reclaim areas with high
potential from damage that has already occurred.
State-by-State overviews of the public lands managed by the BLM.
- Guide to Table Data
Definitions of the terms that occur in statistical tables throughout
An opportunity to send feedback to the BLM about this report.