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Could the BLM finally get a real director?

The agency responsible for one-eight of all U.S. lands has a chance at effective leadership
BLM-managed Carrizo Plain National Monument (photo: Bob Wick / BLM / cc2.0).

The Bureau of Land Management has a huge job, and it has never been an easy one. Even with its billion-dollar budget, overseeing about 245 million acres—which represents about one-eighth of all U.S. land and roughly 25 percent more than the Forest Service, the next largest federal land manager—is no picnic.

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