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Fisher Towers in Professor Valley

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

In 1946 the federal agencies known as General Land Office and Grazing Service were merged and renamed as the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). In 1975 Congress passed the Federal Land Policy and Management Act (FLPMA), which declared that federal lands managed by the BLM would remain under public ownership and under a multiple-use agenda, which includes opportunities for wilderness protection.

History of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)

The BLM manages 22.9 million acres in Utah (42%) with 3.6 million acres in Grand and San Juan Counties.

The BLM also manages several National Monuments in the Colorado Plateau such as Grand Staircase/Escalante and Canyons of the Ancients.

BLM BULLETIN BOARDS FOR PROJECTS UNDER ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE LAWS

OIL AND GAS LEASING

FEBRUARY 2013 OIL AND GAS LEASE

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FEBRUARY 2012 OIL & GAS LEASE

Grand and San Juan Counties

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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PLANS (RMP)

RMP Archive

1992 BOOK CLIFFS HIGHWAY DRAFT EIS

COLORADO RIVER RECREATION

LA SAL COMPLEX EA

OIL & GAS

2010 - Gasco EIS Volumes 1 & 2. Vernal BLM.

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OLD SPANISH NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL

MAPS

MILL CREEK PARTNERSHIP

SOCIOECONOMIC REPORTS

BLM WILDERNESS

1990 - Utah Stewide Wilderness Final EIS. BLM.

1999 - Maps of Utah BLM Wilderness Inventory (cache). GPO.

WATERSHEDS

Mill Creek Partnership docments