New Mexico State Office
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 for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations. In managing these lands and mineral resources, the BLM is guided by the principles of multiple use and sustained yield and a recognized need to protect and enhance the natural and human environment.
New Mexico Specific Programs
The following is a list of BLM-New Mexico specific program areas. For general program area information, please click on the BLM National Program areas tab at the top of the page.
- Information Center: Public Room
- Planning: NEPA and Planning
- Energy and Minerals including: Oil and Gas , Oil and Gas Lease Sales, Coal , Helium and Mining and Minerals
- National Conservation Lands: National Conservation Lands
- Recreation and Visitor Services including: Hunting and Recreation Maps, Recreational Activities, and Lotteries and Permit Systems
- Wild Horses: Herd Management Areas and Pauls Valley Off-Range Corral
- Lands, Realty and Cadastral Survey: Lands and Realty
- Fire: Fire and Aviation
- Cultural Heritage: Paleontology and Archaeology
- Natural Resources: Native Plants Program, Threatened and Endangered Species, Wildlife, and Fisheries and Aquatics
- Forest Products: Wood Cutting Permits
- GIS and Data Management including: Frequently Requested Maps
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