On our birthday, a land of plenty glows for all

Fred W. Johnson, the General Land Office’s last director and the first director of the Bureau of Land Management
This 1918 photo shows the all-female survey crew from the U.S. General Land Office, Minidoka Project, Idaho.
Cattle Grazing in Colorado, February 1905
The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area contains nearly 57,000 acres of public land in Cochise County, Arizona, between the international border and St. David, Arizona.
A BLM range conservationist examines a mahogany near Canon City, Colorado in 1958.
A wild horse in winter within the Lost Creek_Stewart Creek Herd Management Area, Wyoming Photo by: Kristine Collins
Photo by BLM.
Cedar Mesa, Utah
Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, California
Alpine Loop, Colorado



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Bureau of Land Management

Bureau of Land Management

The BLM manages one in every 10 acres of land in the United States, and approximately 30 percent of the Nation’s minerals.