About BLM New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas

BLM employees in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas care for 13.5 million acres of public lands plus 42 million acres of Federal oil, natural gas, and minerals.  These lands contain nationally-significant energy and mineral resources, a great variety of wildlife, and an abundance of recreational opportunities

Come explore our outstanding national monuments and wilderness areas, visit unique historic and prehistoric sites, and enjoy our developed recreation sites!  Public lands in New Mexico offer breathtaking scenery, from rolling prairies and lush riparian areas to open woodlands and desert peaks – the iconic landscapes of the American West.

BLM employees in Texas manage the 11,000 acre Cross Bar property near Amarillo, plus the Nation’s Federal Helium ProgramOklahoma BLM manages Federal surface acreage as well as almost 20 million acres of Federal and Indian mineral estate in Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas, plus long-term holding facilities for wild horses, and a very active horse and burro adoption program.

Map of BLM New Mexico Field Office Boundaries


New Mexico State Office | Directory


Las Cruces






Rio Puerco


Acreage Map of BLM New Mexico