July 23, 2007
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BLM Public Service Announcements Highlight Public Lands and National Historic and Scenic Trails

BLM has released a set of Public Service Announcements (PSAs) that focus on the variety and beauty of public lands, and a special set of PSAs focusing on National Historic and Scenic Trails.
The announcements feature the National Historic Trails Center in Casper, Wyoming, which celebrated its fifth anniversary August 9-11, 2007.  Also included is a PSA on the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, a trail that follows public lands along the Continental Divide from Montana to New Mexico.  Two of the PSAs include testimonials from Alan Simpson, former Wyoming Senator and strong supporter of the Trails Center.
Each of the announcements runs 30 seconds in length and is approximately 2 Mb to download.
Click on one of the images to download a Windows Media (wmv) version of the announcements:

 BLM Public Service Announcements

Historic Trails Public Service Announcements

"America's Gift"--Describes public lands as the last of America's great outdoors. "Al Simpson on the Contintental Divide Trail"--Features former Wyoming Senator Alan Simpson.
 "What's the View from Your Window?"--A reminder from BLM. "Al Simpson on the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center "--with Former Wyoming Senator Alan Simpson
"Come See What You've Been Missing"--A reminder from BLM."One of the Best Kept Secrets"--Promotes the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail from Montana to New Mexico.
"Open Space"--Space as the Final Frontier"Discover Your Way West"--Describes National Historic Trails Interpretive Center
  "Experience Moving West"--Describes adventures of the immigrants on the trails.
The PSAs were developed as a project of the BLM Leadership Academy, a training program for BLM managers, with production assistance from the BLM National Training Center in Phoenix. For more information on how to obtain broadcast-quality versions of these announcements, please contact Viola Hillman, BLM Newcastle, Wyoming, Field Office, 307-746-6602.
For more information about the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, select this link.
For more information about the Continental Divide Trail, select this link.
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Last updated: 10-20-2009