BLM Idaho COVID-19 Information

Click here for information regarding the status of BLM Idaho offices, recreation facilities, and services in response to COVID-19.   

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IDAHO NATIONAL CONSERVATION LANDS

In Idaho, the Bureau of Land Management manages a national monument, national conservation area, five National Scenic and Historic Trails, many wild and scenic rivers, wilderness and wilderness study areas.
 
 

Please visit the pages for the National Conservation Lands in Idaho:

    National Monument

    National Conservation Area

    National Scenic and Historic Trails

    Wild and Scenic Rivers

    Wilderness

    Wilderness Study Areas

    Contact Us

    Bureau of Land Management
    Idaho State Office

    1387 South Vinnell Way
    Boise, Idaho 83709

    Phone:  208-373-3889

    Email: blm_id_stateoffice@blm.gov

    John D. Dingell, Jr. Conservation, Management and Recreation Act  

    BLM worked to develop plans to implement this law, which contains two sections specific to Idaho, in compliance with Secretarial Order 3374.

    Title I, Subtitle B, Section 1112 modifies the boundaries of the Pole Creek, Owyhee River, and North Fork Owyhee Wilderness Areas in Owyhee County to resolve issues that arose soon after the passage of the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009 that established the wilderness areas.

    Title I, Subtitle A, Section 1011 conveys approximately 0.5 acres of Federal land in the Henry’s Lake Wilderness Study Area (WSA) to the owner of a private residence and grants an electric utility the right to operate, maintain, and rehabilitate a right-of-way encumbering approximately 0.4 acres of Federal land in the Henry’s Lake WSA.