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What does BLM stand for?

BLM stands for Bureau of Land Management (US government)

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The Wilderness Land Trust transferred three Owyhee County Parcels totaling 1110 acres to the Bureau of Land Management as additions to the Owyhee Wilderness Areas, providing public access and habitat protection in this spectacular and wild area outside of Boise, Idaho OWYHEE COUNTY, Idaho, July 28, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Wilderness Land Trust announces the transfer of three properties in Owyhee County to the Bureau of Land Management, all in the newly designated wilderness located adjacent to the Owyhee Backcountry Byway.
00 Hardcover SF301 The first of three documents collected here is an excerpt of a report written by the US Geological Survey (USGS) and published by the Bureau of Land Management, Strategic Research Plan Wild Horse and Burro Management: The Bureau of Land Management Wild Horse and Burro Program US Department of Interior.
after paying$557 million to the Bureau of Land Management for 1,940 acres Developers of Park Highlands plan to build nearly 16,000 homes once they emerge from bankruptcy protection, their attorney Richard Holley said last week.
But that would probably take a repeal of the 1971 Wild Horse and Burro Act that gives management of wild horses and burros on federal land to the Bureau of Land Management.
Arguing that the present funding for this is inadequate in both Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management budgets, we urged Congress to provide strong funding.
In a November 2002 reversal, the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management decided that the state-funded Calpine Corporation can build a network of power plant facilities, roads, cables and drills, dig deep into the earth, tap the hot water, convert it to electricity, and export it to Bonneville Power Administration for consumers in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
The CSEAT ITM draft report outlines the ITM IT security deficiencies in general and those specific to the Department of Interior, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Bureau of Land Management, the Minerals Management Service, and the Office of the Special Trustee (an organization created to address ITM issues).