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Resources Management

Resources management

General

▶Agencies

Bureau of Land Management (BLM) (Interior Dept.), Resources and Planning,1849 C St. N.W., #5646, 20240; (202) 208-4896. Kristin Bail, Assistant Director.

Web, www.blm.gov/programs/planning-and-nepa

Manages more than 245 million acres of public land and about 700 million acres of subsurface mineral estate for several uses. Develops and implements natural resource programs for renewable resources use and protection, including management of forested land, rangeland, soil and water quality, recreation, and cultural programs.

Interior Dept. (DOI),1849 C St. N.W., MS 7328, 20240; (202) 208-7351. Ryan Zinke, Secretary; David Bernhardt, Deputy Secretary. Employee directory, (202) 208-3100. Library, (202) 208-5815. Press, (202) 208-6416.

General email, feedback@ios.doi.gov

Web, www.doi.gov, Twitter, @Interior and Facebook, www.facebook.com/USInterior and Blog, www.doi.gov/blog

Manages most federal land through its component agencies. Responsible for conservation and development of mineral, water, and fish ...

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