Join Our Effort to Oppose the Bureau of Land Management’s Landscape Health and Conservation Rule
The Bureau of Land Management recently proposed a new rule to FLPMA to prioritize conservation and landscape health on BLM managed lands. This rule proposes prioritizing conservation on BLM land through a new scheme of selling “conservation leases.” This is a backdoor attempt to sell out our public land to the highest bidder to achieve the goals of the 30×30 agenda to lock up our public lands. The highest bidder for these leases will likely be well-funded environmental groups who will use the leases to restrict all other uses within the leased area such as recreation, mining and grazing.
BRC believes this rule needs to be withdrawn, and we are encouraging all our members and allies to support us in asking the BLM to withdraw this rule.
Here Are Three Actions You Can Take to Make an Impact
Add Your Organization to Our Letter Opposing the Bureau of Land Management Conservation Rule
Proposed changes to FLPMA by the Bureau of Land Management pose a massive threat to our public lands and current uses of these lands. While recreation, mining and grazing are all recognized uses of BLM lands, the rule would designate conservation as a use on par with...
CONTACT YOUR MEMBER OF CONGRESS: BRC Supports Legislation to Withdraw Proposed BLM Rule “Conservation and Landscape Health”
The Bureau of Land Management recently proposed a new rule to FLPMA to prioritize conservation and landscape health on BLM managed lands. This rule proposes prioritizing conservation on BLM land through a new scheme of selling "conservation leases." This is a backdoor...
Oppose the BLM Proposed Rule to Sell Public Land to Highest Bidder
The proposed rule by the Bureau of Land Management to alter the Federal Land Policy Management Act (FLPMA) is problematic for various reasons. BLM is mandated to manage public lands for multiple use and consider all uses in management decisions. The proposed rule...