Tools and Fact Sheets: BLM Lands

Bureau of Land Management
Public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) play a valuable role to ensure a healthy ecosystem for humans and wildlife. How we manage BLM lands now will have lasting impacts for generations to come.

The below tools and fact sheets provide more information about Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands:

True Grit series

In order to combat the ongoing lack of accuracy in the debate over the many uses of our public lands, The Wilderness Society’s team of legal, economic and research experts created a series of “bites” of truth about Western economies and public lands — the True Grit.

View all fact sheets, audio files, graphs and other resources for the True Grit series

BLM Action Center Newsletter

The BLM Action Center's mission is to protect America's wild lands and open spaces by helping people participate in decision-making processes that will shape the future of BLM lands such as Utah's canyon country, New Mexico’s grassland Otero Mesa, and the saguaro cactus forests of the Sonoran Desert. We work to protect these and other iconic landscapes from development and help the BLM move us toward a clean energy future.

Our monthly email newsletter reports on current BLM planning and policy efforts, and lets you know where and how you can get involved.

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