Volunteers gather for a group shot after cleaning up public lands, BLM photo


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Public Service on Your Public Lands

The Bureau of Land Management values the thousands of volunteers who offer their time, skills and service to help care for the nation’s natural and cultural resources.  Volunteers contribute to many BLM program areas, including recreation, wild horses and burros, cultural/ historical resources, and environmental education/ interpretation. 

Visit our Volunteer Opportunities page to find volunteer opportunities and events near you.

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Did You Know

BLM volunteers celebrate their accomplishments after cleaning up public lands, BLM photo

In 2015, the BLM volunteer program worked with more than 25,000 volunteers, with their contributions exceeding 1 million hours, or the equivalent of 577 work years.  This service has an estimated value of over $24 million to the BLM.