Test Your Knowledge About the Bureau of Land Management

Agency that oversees millions of acres of vulnerable ecosystems and wildlife habitat turns 75 

Test Your Knowledge About the Bureau of Land Management

The federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM), an agency within the Interior Department, oversees 246 million acres of American landscapes, a wide variety of spaces intended for the use and enjoyment of all Americans. The BLM, which turns 75 this month, therefore plays a major role in the way our country’s lands are governed. Here’s a quiz to test your knowledge of the agency and the places it manages.

 Taylor Peak above Fortymile Wild and Scenic River
Taylor Peak above Fortymile Wild and Scenic River
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From the vast sagebrush sea of the West and red rock of the Colorado Plateau to the traditional homelands of tribes across more than a dozen states and vibrant deserts of the Southwest, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) stewards approximately 250 million acres of American landscapes.