Bureau of Land Management

The BLM was established in 1946, but 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.  The General Land Office was created in 1812 to support this national goal.

Over time, values and attitudes regarding public lands shifted, and President Harry S. Truman, by means of a government reorganization, merged the GLO and another agency, the U.S. Grazing Service, creating the BLM.  

Open Positions at Bureau of Land Management

Assistant Director, National Landscape Conservation System

The BLM is seeking a dynamic and energetic leader to join its team. The BLM manages 245 million acres of public land, more than any other Federal agency. This land is primarily located in 12 Western States, including Alaska. BLM administers 700 million acres of sub-surface estate, sustaining health, diversity, and productivity of public lands for present and future generations.

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