The PLF holds an its annual meeting in September each year in a Western State home where public lands are located. PLF typically rotates its conference location among these States year to year. Meetings typically last 3 1/2 days and include a full day’s meeting on a general topic of interest, a field trip, and 1 1/2 days for the Board of Directors to meet. However, during the COVID pandemic years, the PLF is conducting virtual annual meetings on Zoom.
BLM 75th Anniversary
This year marks the Bureau of Land Management’s 75th Anniversary since it was formed in 1946 when President Truman merged the General Land Office with the Grazing Service to form the BLM. The PLF will be partnering with the BLM and participating in various events throughout the year to commemorate the anniversary year. Stay tuned for details!