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What happens outside a park’s borders can dramatically impact the air, water and wildlife inside the park itself.  Some of public lands surrounding our parks have been used for drilling, grazing and mining.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is on a mission to protect public lands. They manage 245 million acres – a tenth of all public lands in the US. The health of our national parks depends on the health of BLM lands. A balanced approach to conservation, recreation and development of our public lands is critical to their long-term health. Your support for thoughtful planning and co-stewardship of our public lands will help ensure their resiliency for generations to come.

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