Bureau of Land Management - Arizona

The BLM in Arizona manages 12.1 million acres of public land to explore, enjoy, and experience. More on BLM social media: https://www.blm.gov/media/social-media

Bureau of Land Management - Arizona administers 12.2 million surface acres of public lands, and another 17.5 million subsurface acres within the state. With offices throughout the state providing on-the-ground field management, BLM balances recreational, commercial, scientific and cultural interests; striving for long-term protection of renewable and nonrenewable resources, including range, timber

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We are incredibly excited and humbled to announce expanded partnerships with the USDA U.S. Forest Service and the Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) that will leverage millions of dollars to implement habitat restoration projects across the West. The announcement, made during the Western Big Game Migration Forum held at the Hunt Expo at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Utah, expands upon decades of previous successful partnerships with both agencies.

More info on the specifics at the link below.


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This Black History Month, join the nation in celebrating the impact Black Americans have played in shaping our society and enriching our culture.

You can celebrate Black History Month by visiting some of the historical and cultural sites that chronicle the challenges and triumphs of Black Americans.

Find a site near you and explore these moving and inspiring chapters of our history: http://ow.ly/ncoW50MIhI3.

📸 Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge; Rebecca Wynn, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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BLM-Arizona is now hiring!
Data Analyst (Natural Resources Monitoring): Kingman, AZ and Saint George, UT
📈 Pay Scale: GS 9
💸 $57,118 - $75,690 per year; The salary range is based on the 2023 General Schedule (Base) Pay Table and is subject to duty station locality pay adjustment.
✔️ Full-time - Permanent
📅 Closing 2/14/2023
Apply at USAJOBS: http://ow.ly/LgRj50MH1te

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BLM-Arizona is now hiring!
Human Resources Assistant
📈 Pay Scale: GS 5-6
💸 $37,696-54,625 per year
✔️ Full-time - Permanent
📅 Closing 2/7/2023 OR when 50 applications have been received
Apply at USAJOBS: http://ow.ly/GLbQ50MFJTi

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National Plan for Vacation Day is celebrated annually on the last Tuesday in January. It’s a day to celebrate and plan our vacation days for the rest of the year. Where do you like to go when you have time off? Looking for inspiration - go to http://ow.ly/BSes50MwGKu and find a fantastic place on BLM Arizona public lands. One of our favorites is the 129,000-acre Ironwood Forest National Monument which contains cultural and historical sites covering a 5,000-year period as well as one of the richest stands of ironwood in the Sonoran Desert.
Flickr album: http://ow.ly/WGoL50MwHyu
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Colorado River District - The BLM hosted a virtual public scoping meeting on January 17, 2023. This is the first scoping period under the Notice of Intent to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement filed Dec. 7, 2022, in response to the Jove Solar Project application. The public is invited to submit written scoping comments by February 1, 2023. For more info, click on the link below: http://ow.ly/Fs1b50MEQ8K.

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There's still time to provide your input! The Hassayampa Field Office is working to determine future management of recreational use of the Table Mesa area north of Phoenix. The 30-day scoping period for the project closes this Friday, February 3.

This project will only analyze the recreation components of the 2010 Table Mesa Recreation Area EA. The Travel Management portion of the EA will not be evaluated under this project.

📰 Read the news release: http://ow.ly/fxEy50MiGN2
📽️ View a recording of the January 18 public scoping meeting: https://youtu.be/OgansEeJPao
🌐 More info at the National NEPA Register: https://eplanning.blm.gov/eplanning-ui/project/2022871/510

Timeline photos 01/26/2023

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Did you know? The Bureau of Land Management is the largest purchaser and user of native seeds in the Western Hemisphere. Federal agencies and their partners are collaborating to increase the supply of native seeds for restoration.

It's important to ensure healthy, resilient and biodiverse public lands with native plant communities as their foundation. Without native plants, especially their seeds, we can't restore functional ecosystems after natural disasters, like wildland fires, and mitigate the effects of climate change.

Recognizing the growing need for and importance of a comprehensive and well-coordinated native seed supply in coming years, the BLM commissioned the first-ever independent native seed assessment by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. This important and timely report will allow the BLM and our partners to continue to strengthen the nation’s supply of native seed for ecological restoration.

Learn more: http://ow.ly/jnbE50MBpbU.

Bureau of Land Management Fire National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

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The Phoenix District Office is now open at our new location, 2020 E. Bell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85022. The office is open weekdays from 8 am to 4:30 pm. We have maps, junior ranger books, and America the Beautiful Passes. You can also get many of these items from home by visiting our website, https://www.blm.gov/phoenix.

Photos from Bureau of Land Management - Arizona's post 01/23/2023

Just because it's "natural" doesn't mean you should leave it behind. Peels from oranges or bananas can take up to two years to biodegrade. They can attract wildlife that shouldn't eat human food. Plus, they're an eyesore. You can help by packing out your food, shells, and peels. Bring a trash bag with you. Learn more about outdoor ethics and : https://www.blm.gov/outdoorethics

Photos from Bureau of Land Management - Arizona's post 01/21/2023

Since July 2022, the BLM Lake Havasu Field Office has experienced multiple instances of vandalism, including the burning of vault toilets in the Lake Havasu area. The damages add up to thousands of dollars and reduce opportunities for public land users. We urge anyone with information on these incidents to contact the BLM Lake Havasu Field Office at (928) 505-1200. REMINDER: It is a federal crime to destroy or damage any property owned by or under the federal government's control.

Photos from Bureau of Land Management - Arizona's post 01/20/2023

BLM Arizona celebrated the groundbreaking of Ten West Link yesterday in Tonopah, Arizona, with Vice President Kamala Harris, U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Deb Haaland and others!

This project is a new 125-mile 500-kilovolt transmission line that will add significant power grid infrastructure connecting Southern California with Arizona and the Desert Southwest region. BLM is committed to supporting renewable energy on public lands to help lead the nation towards a net-zero carbon economy by 2050.

Learn more: http://ow.ly/EjEU50MwtEC.

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Photos from Secretary Deb Haaland's post 01/20/2023

Photos from Secretary Deb Haaland's post

Photos from Bureau of Land Management - Arizona's post 01/20/2023

Do you like lichen? Lichens are actually two organisms—a fungus and an alga—that live together. In this relationship, the fungi and algae can often live in environments where they might not be able to survive alone. These lichens highlighted the rocky landscape along the Black Canyon National Recreation Trail near Black Canyon City. https://www.blm.gov/programs/recreation/mountainbike/blackcanyon

Photos from Bureau of Land Management - Arizona's post 01/18/2023

Attention East Aravaipa permit holders:

The Safford Field Office is canceling permits from the east end of Aravaipa through Friday, Jan. 20. This is due to recent flooding in the area of Klondyke that has made the road into East Aravaipa inaccessible. Graham County is working to open up Klondyke Road, and the BLM will have to assess its portion once the County is finished.

📷 courtesy of Graham County Highway Department

Timeline photos 01/18/2023

Join us on January 24 from 3 - 7 p.m. MST at the Southeast Regional Library, 775 N. Greenfield Road, Gilbert, AZ 85234, for a public scoping meeting hosted by BLM Arizona. We want your feedback on potential changes to our solar energy program as part of our ongoing efforts to support responsible development of renewable energy on .

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As part of its ongoing effort to support responsible development of renewable energy on public lands, the Bureau of Land Management is holding a series of public scoping meetings to solicit feedback on potential changes to solar energy program.

“The BLM is committed to expanding renewable energy development on public lands to help lead the nation into a clean energy future, enhance America’s energy security, and provide for good-paying union jobs,” said BLM Director Tracy Stone-Manning. “We look forward to hearing from the public on effective ways to expand our nation’s capacity for producing solar energy while continuing to ensure robust protection of our public lands and waters.”

Learn More: http://ow.ly/KfZv50M8P84.

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Church Camp Road 360

Check out this 360 video of Church Camp Road Recreational Shooting Site, located north of Phoenix, off State Route 74. Church Camp is a developed site with steel targets, berms, backstops, a paved shooting platform, toilets, and shade structures.

For a version of this video with audio descriptions, click here: https://youtu.be/MUnemjHzu54

Learn more about the recreational shooting sites: https://www.blm.gov/programs/recreation/recreation-activities/arizona/recreational-shooting/phoenix-sites

Photos from Bureau of Land Management - Arizona's post 01/12/2023

On Wednesday, BLM Phoenix District staff attended the ribbon cutting for Peralta Regional Park in Pinal County. The park, near Gold Canyon, was developed by the county through a Recreation and Public Purposes Act lease of about 498 acres of BLM-managed public lands. Under the R&PP Act, the BLM can lease or convey lands to state and local governments and non-profits to construct and maintain facilities like schools, fire stations, and parks. Pinal County - Government https://www.blm.gov/recreation-public-purposes-act

Timeline photos 01/12/2023

Are you or anyone you know interested in a career as a Wildlife Biologist? If so, check out BLM-Arizona's new job announcement posted to USAJOBS.

JOB TITLE: Wildlife Biologist
SERIES & GRADE: GS-0486-5/7/9 FPL 11
DUTY LOCATIONS: 1 vacancy - Safford, Arizona, 1 vacancy - Yuma, Arizona
OPEN PERIOD: Thursday, January 12, 2023, to Thursday, January 26, 2023

WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED: All U.S. Citizens - No previous Federal Service is required. CTAP and ICTAP candidates in the local commuting area.

LINK TO ANNOUNCEMENT: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/699591500

(602) 417-9331
[email protected]

Photos from Bureau of Land Management - Arizona's post 01/12/2023

Looking for a fun way to shake the winter blues? Get outside and enjoy your public lands! But please do so safely. Rangers from the Arizona Strip BLM & NPS, Mohave County Sheriff’s Office, Arizona Game & Fish and Kingman, AZ DPS recently worked together to rescue an overdue party. The party was relieved that rescuers could find them and pull their passenger car from deep mud in this remote region of the Arizona Strip. BLM is happy the party is safe & extends thanks to partners who assisted with this successful search and rescue!

Please remember these tips when venturing out on your public lands:
Primitive, unmaintained roads require high clearance 4WD.
Weather changes road conditions & safe passage significantly.
Remember that public lands vary in elevation and terrain.
Follow Leave No Trace principles; travel on durable surfaces and wait for conditions to dry out.
Cellular coverage is spotty to non-existent in remote areas.
Carry extra food, water, blankets, layered clothing, etc., in case you become stuck or cannot contact search and rescue.
Travel as a group to assist with extraction.
Provide trip itinerary and ETA to friends or loved ones.

Photos courtesy Mohave County Sheriff’s Office

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Happy Birthday to the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, designated by Presidential Proclamation in 2000. In the Monument you can enjoy biological, historical, and archaeological experiences along with stunning buttes which provide colorful vistas and remind one of the power of geological forces. More information about the Monument: https://www.blm.gov/national-conservation-lands/arizona/grandcanyon-parashant.
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Timeline photos 01/11/2023

Happy Birthday to the Agua Fria National Monument! 🎉

The Agua Fria National Monument was established on this day in 2000. The monument contains significant prehistoric sites, desert grasslands, and the Agua Fria River. Among the activities available on the monument are hiking, viewing cultural sites, wildlife viewing, hunting (big game and upland game birds), scenic drives, and four-wheel driving.

More about the monument: https://www.blm.gov/national-conservation-lands/arizona/agua-fria
Agua Fria National Monument for kids: https://www.blm.gov/learn/kids/agua-fria-national-monument
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Timeline photos 01/11/2023

BLM-Arizona is now hiring!
Public Affairs Specialist, Phoenix
📈 Pay Scale: GS 5-9
💸 $39,294-$77,399 per year
✔️ Full-time - Permanent
📅 Closing 1/25/2023 OR when 75 applications have been received
Apply at USAJOBS: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/698778100

BLM Arizona opens first developed recreational shooting sites | Bureau of Land Management 01/10/2023

BLM Arizona opens first developed recreational shooting sites | Bureau of Land Management

The Phoenix District has opened its first recreational shooting sites north of Phoenix. They offer shooting sports enthusiasts enhanced access and safety through varying levels of site development, including firing lines, backstops, side berms to separate shooting lanes, concrete pads and restrooms.

Phoenix-area Recreational Shooting Sites: https://www.blm.gov/programs/recreation/recreation-activities/arizona/recreational-shooting/phoenix-sites

Learn more:

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This year the Endangered Species Act (ESA) turns 50 years old, and it's more important than ever!

Join us all year long as we celebrate this vital law that has assisted in the recovery of hundreds of species and helped preserve the habitats upon which those species live.

The ESA recognizes that imperiled species have aesthetic, ecological, educational, historical, recreational and scientific value for all of us. We provide leadership on behalf of the American people in recovering and conserving our nation’s imperiled species.

For all of 2023, we'll share ESA stories as well as ways YOU can help fish, plants, and wildlife in your area. Help us celebrate 50 years of this historic law! http://ow.ly/uwBF50MhEla

Photo collage of a whooping crane with a chick, small whorled pogonia, Wyoming toad, and Karner blue butterfly by USFWS.

Timeline photos 01/09/2023

Happy belated !

WHOOO knew? It's today! 🦉

Did you know...Bureau of Land Management - Idaho's Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area (we know - It's a mouthful to say! 😆) in southern Idaho hosts seven different species of owls.

They nest in areas from the cliffs above the Snake River to underground burrows in the sagebrush steppe (like this B***owing Owl). Their prey includes insects, rabbits and snakes.

Owls and other raptors are non-game species and are protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. If you visit this special area, make sure to keep your eyes peeled for owls!

Learn more and visit: http://ow.ly/Zy5n50MjsR7.

📸 Jim Shane

Photos from BLM Wild Horse & B***o Program's post 01/09/2023

Photos from BLM Wild Horse & B***o Program's post

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The dedicated men and women who make up Bureau of Land Management's law enforcement program play an integral role in ensuring public safety and fulfilling our multiple-use mission. Every day, our law enforcement professionals put themselves in harm’s way to investigate vandalism and looting, support emergency response, and provide a safe environment for employees and visitors to the public lands.

We appreciate your service, dedicated professionalism and sacrifice. 👏❤️

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The Phoenix District is planning prescribed burning operations to burn cut and piled brush from public lands around the district. Burning may occur over multiple days between January and March as conditions allow. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law of 2021 provided funding for these prescribed burns. The legislation funds fuel treatments to help reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfire and benefit neighboring communities.

📰 Prescribed burn near Apache Junction: https://www.blm.gov/press-release/blm-plans-prescribed-fire-near-apache-junction-2023
📰 Prescribed burns in Yavapai and Maricopa counties: https://www.blm.gov/press-release/blm-plans-prescribed-burns-yavapai-and-maricopa-counties

Timeline photos 01/06/2023

BLM-Arizona is now hiring!
Park Ranger: Kingman, Lake Havasu City, Safford, and Yuma, AZ
📈 Pay Scale: GS 7
💸 $44,740-59,184 per year
✔️ Full-time - Permanent
📅 Closing 1/20/23
Apply at USAJOBS: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/698447500

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BLM to hold public scoping meetings for the proposed Jove Solar Project - the Bureau of Land Management announces two public meetings to solicit public comments and identify issues for the Jove Solar Project on Wednesday, January 11, 2023, from 5-7 p.m. at Tonopah Valley High School and on Tuesday, January 17, 2023, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. online. The same material will be presented at both meetings.
Read the news release: http://ow.ly/wVpt50Mjwyb
More info at the National NEPA Register: http://ow.ly/S47h50Mjwye

Responsible Recreational Target Shooting 01/05/2023

A refrigerator is not a target. Recreational target shooting is a long-standing use of BLM lands, but it’s important to recreate responsibly when enjoying the outdoors. If you’re target shooting on public lands, only use targets you bring with you, and take your targets home when you leave. It’s prohibited to shoot glass objects, electronic waste, and items that may contain hazardous materials, like refrigerants or propane.

Learn more about recreational target shooting in Arizona: https://www.blm.gov/programs/recreation/arizona/recreational-shooting

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