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Please note that an update to the BLM's National NEPA registry (ePlanning) has resulted in broken hyperlinks that would have previously directed you to a project's ePlanning page. The agency is aware of this issue and is working to resolve it. To view materials in ePlanning, use Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Microsoft Edge. Internet Explorer will not work.
New Mexico State Office of BLM encompasses planning activities for more than 13.4 million acres of public lands and 26 million acres of federal mineral resources in New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. There are currently eight Resource Management Plans (RMPs) or major RMP Amendments in process. Depending on the scope of the planning area, either an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) or an Environmental Assessment (EA) is the appropriate level of NEPA compliance.
View our plans in effect, frequently requested NEPA documents that inform our plans, an featured plans and NEPA documents in development in the accordion below. Find all BLM New Mexico NEPA and planning documents in our e-planning system.