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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English


  • Rivers -- Recreational use -- United States.

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ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Land Management
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Open LibraryOL14272791M

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The Bureau of Land Management's mission is to sustain the health, Lands program now oversees 5, miles of national scenic and historic trails and 2, miles of wild and scenic rivers for the American people. active timber management, and commercial recreation on . The Bureau of Land Management manuals contain policy and procedures to manage programs. BLM manuals define the basic authority for performing tasks and identify who bears the ultimate responsibility for seeing that these tasks are accomplished. Each BLM handbook is controlled by a manual section. Bureau of Land Management: Answering questions about desert tortoises: a guide for people who work with the public in California / (Riverside, Calif.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, []), also by Kristin H. Berry and California Department of Parks and Recreation . Wild Rivers Recreation Area Alert. BLM Announces Temporary Closure of the La Junta Trail at Wild Rivers Recreation Area. The Bureau of Land Management Taos Field Office has temporarily closed the La Junta Trail at the Wild Rivers Recreation Area to the public. The closure is required to address maintenance concerns on the trail.

The BLM was founded by President Harry Truman in , through a merger of the General Land Office (GLO) and the U.S. Grazing Service. The agency history goes back to the creation of the GLO in In addition to the development of the GLO, the Homestead Act of gave individuals the opportunity to freely claim rights to government land. The Wild Rivers Recreation Area is located within the Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument and along the Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River and Red River Wild and Scenic River. Here visitors may experience the beauty of an foot deep canyon sliced into volcanic flows by the Rio Grande (Spanish for Great River) and Red River where they come together. The Lower Deschutes River is managed cooperatively by three agencies: Prineville District, Bureau of Land Management; the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs; and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. Visitors pass through steep canyons that reveal their volcanic origin in the towering basalt columns lining the rims.   The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) administers to nearly million acres of public lands, most of which are located in the western states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.. As such, the BLM produces maps and data, primarily of the western states, that are useful to researchers, archaeologists, and .

  Public lands in this river corridor are managed in part by the Bureau of Land Management, National Forest Service, and the states of Oregon and Washington. Each year the area receives thousands of visitors seeking the beauty and diverse outdoor recreation opportunities that the rivers Author: USDI Bureau of Land Management, USDA Forest Service, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife Oregon State Parks. 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. rivers and trails 50th anniversary.   The recreation areas developed as a result of Reclamation water projects are among the Nation's most popular for water-based outdoor recreation (see footnote below). Reclamation projects include approximately million acres of land and water that is, for the most part, available for public outdoor recreation.