Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and National Conservation Lands
The BLM manages 245 million acres of public lands where visitors are welcomed by a wide variety of climates, exceptional natural landscapes, vital wildlife habitats, and countless recreational opportunities where you can explore slick-rock deserts, remote forested coastlines, and deep canyons on wild, free-flowing rivers. The BLM is committed to ensuring that these spectacular landscapes, which provide boundless enjoyment and personal inspiration will be around for generations to come.
NATIONAL CONSERVATION LANDS
The BLM’s National Conservation Lands include 32 million-acres of National Monuments, National Conservation Lands, Wilderness Areas, Wild and Scenic Rivers, National Recreation and Scenic Trails, and much more! These lands are one of America’s best-kept secrets, and contain some of the wildest, most scenic, culturally rich, scientifically important and least-known of all public lands in the United States. BLM’s National Conservation Lands serve as a haven for many endangered or threatened species, rare wildlife, special historic sites, and amazing outdoor adventures including: rock climbing, whitewater rafting, hiking, mountain biking, camping, hunting, fishing and other activities that ensure visitors get the most out of their trip and gather memories to last a lifetime. (See here.)
“BLM is proud to share an ongoing series of VINTAGE POSTERS depicting some of the spectacular landscapes on National Conservation Lands!”
Access BLM Public Lands Through Recreation Guides
The BLM’s National Conservation Lands program has developed online recreational guides to easily connect to these lands. These areas are part of an active, vibrant landscape where people live, work, and play.
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