Bureau of Land Management"s efforts to identify land for disposal

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Get this from a library. The Bureau of Land Management's efforts to identify land for disposal: report. [United States. General Accounting Office.].

Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reported on the Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) process for identifying unused/underused and unneeded found that, although BLM had a reported million acres of public land potentially available for sale inthe process BLM used to identify the land generally did not meet the comprehensive planning requirements of federal land.

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LANDS POTENTIALLY AVAILABLE FOR DISPOSAL. The Bureau of Land Management’s land use planning documents typically identify lands that are potentially available for disposal through sale, exchange, or for conveyance to state or local governments under the Recreation and Public Purposes Act (R&PP) for public purposes.

The Bureau of Land Management today approved revised Resource Management Plans that will guide agency land management decisions on more thanacres of public lands and nearly million acres of subsurface mineral estate in western and central Montana for the next 20 years.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is an agency within the United States Department of the Interior responsible for administering public oversight over million acres (1, km 2), it governs one eighth of the country's landmass. President Harry S.

Truman created the BLM in by combining two existing agencies: the General Land Office and the Grazing arters: Main Interior Building, C Street. A Land Management HistoryThe BLM was established inbut its roots go back to the years after America’s independence, when the young nation began acquiring additional lands.

At first, these lands were used to encourage homesteading and westward migration.

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The General Land Office was created in to support this national goal. On fee free days, recreation standard amenity and day use fees on Bureau of Land Management lands are waived.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (January 20) Presidents Day (February 17) National Get Outdoors Day (June 13) Great America Outdoors Act Celebration (August 5) National Public Lands Day (September 26) Veterans Day (November 11). Sales, R&PP and ExchangesLand Exchanges.

The BLM sometimes uses land exchanges with other landowners to improve land management, consolidate ownership, and protect environmentally sensitive areas.

By exchanging public land that is of limited interest to the BLM but of value to others, the BLM can acquire other lands with important recreation, conservation, scenic, cultural. Act ofincludes only Federal land administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) (with the exception of land located on the Outer Continental Shelf and land held for the benefit of Indians, Aleuts, and Eskimos).

Once public land is withdrawn for Reclamation project purposes, it is referred to as Reclamation withdrawn land. Fantastic camping opportunities are found on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) undeveloped public lands, a highlight for any recreation enthusiast who wants open space and solitude to pitch a tent and enjoy the great outdoors.

Besides developed campgrounds, national conservation areas, and open-air recreation, the BLM provides dispersed camping for those who want to get away from it all.

Service (FWS), and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in the Department of the Interior, and the U.S. Forest Service (FS) in the Department of Agriculture—administer about 95% of those lands. Laura B. Comay The extent to which each of these four federal agencies have authority to acquire and dispose of land varies considerably.

Notes 1 Gorte, Ross W. et al, “Federal Land Ownership: Overview and Data” Congressional Research Service, February 8, 2 Pomarico, Bonnie et al.

“Public Land Statistics ” Bureau of Land Management, June 3 Alexander, Kristina et al. “Federal Land Ownership: Constitutional Authority and the History of Acquisition, Disposal, and Retention” Congressional. Bureau of Land Management. The Bureau of Land Management manages outdoor recreation, livestock grazing, mineral development, and energy production on public lands.

Agency Details Acronym: BLM. Website: Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Contact: Contact the Bureau of Land Management. Main Address: C St., NW Room (Record Group 49) (bulk ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE AND THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT Correspondence Records relating to lands administration Other records RECORDS OF OPERATING DIVISIONS OF THE GENERAL LAND.

Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) National Park Service (NPS) Office of the Secretary of Interior; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) U.S.

Geological Survey (USGS). 3, tract books containing official records of the land status and transactions involving surveyed public lands arranged by state and then by township and range. These books indicate who obtained the land, and include a physical description of the tract and where the land is located.

The type of transaction is also recorded such as cash entry, credit entry, homesteads, patents (deeds. 3, land management tract books containing official records of the land status and transactions involving surveyed public lands arranged by state and then by township and range.

These books indicate who obtained the land, and include a physical description of the tract and where the land is located. Abstract: In this paper an effort has been made to identify suitable sites for safe disposal of municipal and other solid waste generated in Peshawar City District.

Which lands was the Bureau of Land Management originally created to manage. Check all that apply. 1 land for mining 2 land for recreation 3 land for grazing 4 land for developing oil 5 land for developing gas 2 See answers thexrenegade thexrenegade A).land for mining.

New Bureau of Land Management appointee brings conflicts of interest and plans to sell off public lands. Published. 11 months ago. J By. Common Dreams.

Share; Tweet. the Bureau of Land Management, that document the transfer of public state’s tract books allows researchers to identify the tract book number that coversthe area in which they are interested. Some GLO tract books are held. mentsneeded to identify and retrieve land entry case files.

Bureau of Land and Waste Management Daphne Neel, Chief () Orientation Asst. Bureau Chief disposal facility - the “Chem-Nuclear Site.” • The most recent effort is the launching of a new RecyclemoreSC program, a statewide collaborative.

Heinrich Leads Entire Democratic Caucus In Opposing Bureau of Land Management Director Nominee William Perry Pendley Tuesday, Aug WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.), a member of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, led the entire Democratic Caucus in a letter to President Trump opposing Bureau of Land.

Bureau of Land Management, agency of the U.S. Department of the Interior. It was established in through the consolidation of the General Land Office (created in ) and the U.S. Grazing Service (). The BLM is responsible for managing hundreds of millions of acres of public land.

United States. Bureau of Land Management: Book Cliffs resource(s) management plan (RMP): environmental impact statement. () (page images at HathiTrust) United States. Bureau of Land Management: Bootstrap project, City of Elko: environmental impact statement.

() (page images at HathiTrust) United States. The Bureau of Land Management, part of the Interior Department, is the nation’s biggest landlord, controlling million acres, including nearly half the land in Utah.

The lands “identified as suitable for disposal” refer to million acres of Bureau of Land Management land as designated by a report under the Clinton administration.

The original report, performed by the Department of the Interior twenty years ago, was intended to find “unreserved and unappropriated lands” that would be suitable. Interior Sec. Ryan Zinke wants to move the Bureau of Land Management out of Washington, D.C., to the West.

Now cities in Western states. Author of Manual of instructions for the survey of the public lands of the United States,Soil identification legend for the Bureau of Land Management contacted [sic] interim soil survey in the Piceance Basin of Rio Blanco County, Colorado, Ten West Link transmission line project, Coastal plain oil and gas leasing program, environmental impact statement, final, Communication and.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is an agency within the United States Department of the Interior that administers more than million acres (1, km2) of public lands in the United States which constitutes one-eighth of the landmass of the country.

President Harry S. Truman created the BLM in by combining two existing agencies: the General Land Office and the Grazing.

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To inventory and identify the resources on public lands and to provide for the multiple use and sustained yield management of these resources through land use planning. General Land Office. Administers the public domain. Preemption Act. Sale and disposal of public lands. Homestead Act. Created the Bureau of Land Management within the Dept.Four federal agenci es administer most of the million acres of land in the United States owned by the federal government (as ofpercent of the total): the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the National Park Service, the Fish and Wildlife Service in the Department of the Interior, and the Forest Service in the Department of Agriculture.

Under the Federal Land Policy and Management Act (FLPMA), the policy of land disposal was finally ended as the BLM attempted to match the Forest Service in its management practices. Taking an active inventory of the lands held, implementing land management planning, and managing multiple-use lands became a higher priority.