Federal Agency Partners
The Bureau of Land Management is responsible for over 245 million acres of federally owned land, mostly in the western United States and Alaska, as well as the 700 million acres of federal subsurface mineral estate located throughout the nation.
In 1990, Congress passed legislation establishing the Legacy Resource Management Program to provide financial assistance to the Department of Defense (DoD) efforts to preserve our natural and cultural heritage.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) protects human health and safeguards the natural environment - air, water and land - upon which life depends. EPA employees work with states, tribes, businesses and the general public to ensure the implementation of environmental legislation.
The USDA Forest Service is dedicated to preserving the nation's forests and grasslands. The Forest Service manages over 190 million acres of land, funds research into sustainability and forestry and assists countries around the world to protect global forests and grasslands.
The National Park Service cares for special places saved by the American people so that all may experience our heritage.