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BLM Public Lands Rule

In early April, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced their Conservation and Landscape Health Public Lands Rule, which is a proposed rule regarding the management of BLM’s 245 million acres of public lands. Among other things, the proposed rule would establish conservation leases (to offer leases for conservation purposes similar to leases provided for grazing or mining) and also create additional areas of critical environmental concern (ACEC). The proposed rule has faced some scrutiny, but the BLM notes that it “does not prioritize conservation above other uses; it puts conservation on an equal footing with other uses.”

Check out Brumidi Group's latest infographic for all you need to know about the proposed rule.

Click the below image to download a full PDF version of the infographic.

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