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1. It is located on land managed by the United States Bureau of Land Management as the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, part of the Rainbow Mountain Wilderness.

2. This condition is recognized by the United States Bureau of Land Management (BLM), which is currently considering the lower portion of Cow Creek for wilderness status.

3. Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area is a National Conservation Area (NCA) administered by the United States Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

4. Much of the area is managed by the United States Bureau of Land Management.

5. Most of the land in the Arizona Strip is managed by the United States Bureau of Land Management or the United States Forest Service.

6. The majority of the Whipple Range lies within the Whipple Mountains Wilderness, administered by the Needles Field office of the United States Bureau of Land Management.

7. Nearby Pilot Island and Plum Island were two of four Wisconsin properties turned over by the U.S. Coast Guard to the United States Bureau of Land Management.

8. This island and nearby Plum Island are two of four Wisconsin properties turned over by the U.S. Coast Guard to the United States Bureau of Land Management.

9. The majority of the range is in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and about a third is owned by the United States Bureau of Land Management.

10. Riley later worked in the United States Bureau of Land Management and the Department of the Interior.

11. In the 1970s, then madam Beverly Harrell battled with the United States Bureau of Land Management which was attempting to have the brothel removed from federal land.

12. The expression continues to be used by the United States Bureau of Land Management.

13. The airport is owned by the United States Bureau of Land Management (BLM) - Pipeline Office and managed by the Alyeska Pipeline Company.

14. The airport is owned by the United States Bureau of Land Management.

15. 2.4 million acres (9,700 km) of the original lands were reclaimed by the federal government, in 1915, and are managed by the United States Bureau of Land Management.

16. The majority of pueblito sites are located on lands administered by the United States Bureau of Land Management in Rio Arriba and San Juan counties, New Mexico.

17. The United States Bureau of Land Management operates a SEAT Base from the airport for fighting wildfires.

18. Jointly managed by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and the United States Bureau of Land Management, it is the year-round residence for a herd of Roosevelt elk.

19. It also leases from the United States Bureau of Land Management the abandoned White River Oil Shale Mine 45 miles (72 km) southeast of Vernal, Utah.

20. The area is managed by the United States Bureau of Land Management.

21. Kathleen Burton Clarke was the national director of the United States Bureau of Land Management from 2001–2006.

22. The United States Bureau of Land Management’s maintains a wild horse and burro corral near Litchfield.

23. The Coos Bay Wagon Road Lands is land managed by the United States Bureau of Land Management.

24. Just south of the park, the White Sandy Recreation Area operated by the United States Bureau of Land Management has campsites and other amenities.

25. The United States Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has designated 66 Areas of Critical Environmental Concern in the State of Colorado.

26. Much of the area is managed by the United States Bureau of Land Management.

27. Indian Creek Wilderness Study Area is a wilderness study area managed by the United States Bureau of Land Management in southern Utah.

28. The facility is home to a unique horse-training program under a partnership with the United States Bureau of Land Management.

29. Eventually, Cemex, with the United States (Bureau of Land Management) intervening, successfully sued the County of Los Angeles for unreasonable delays.

30. The park was created in 1986, on approximately 6,800 acres owned by the United States Bureau of Land Management.