National Conservation Lands
The BLM's twenty year old National Conservation Lands currently includes 905 units covering over 37 million acres designated by Congress and the President to conserve special features, from winding rivers to mountain vistas. The National Conservation Lands offer the American people exceptional opportunities for hunting, solitude, wildlife viewing, fishing, history exploration, scientific research and a wide range of traditional uses. The BLM manages these public lands for the benefit of current and future generations, supporting conservation as a part of the BLM's multiple-use and sustained yield mission. This means respecting the ties that native and traditional communities have to public lands, as well as being welcoming of diverse interests and uses.
Avi Kwa Ame National Monument Pictured
Red Rock Canyon NCA Pictured
Nez Perce NHT Pictured
Bruneau Wild and Scenic River Pictured
Eagle Tail Wilderness Pictured