PLF Urges funding for critical Lands
Members of the non-profit Public Lands Foundation today urged Congress to fund programs and efforts vital to the health and productivity of the country’s most diverse public landscapes managed by the Bureau of Land Management.
Letters & Testimony
- PLF Urges Congressional Subcommittee to Fund Efforts Critical to BLM Public Lands
- PLF Shares Results of “Save the BLM Campaign” with Congress
- Letter from the Wildlife Society to Sec. Bernhardt and BLM Dep. Dir. Pendley on the BLM Reorganization, dated November 26, 2019
- Letter to Congressional Appropriators from Cultural Resources Organizations Requesting Oversight on BLM Reorganization, dated November 25, 2019
- Maintaining the Bureau of Land Management Headquarters in Washington, D.C. (July 2019) UPDATED!
- Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Management (September 14, 2018)
- Wilderness Study Areas (June 18, 2018)
- Abandoned Mine Lands Program (PLF 2016-01)
- Oregon and California Forests: Future (PLF 2013-01)
- Keep Public Lands in Public Hands (PLF 2010-10)
- Climate Change (PLF 2010-02)