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The BLM manages more than 245 million acres of public lands, from grasslands to high desert to coastal areas to alpine forests. These public lands offer an immense diversity of native plant communities, many rare or endangered. Within these lands, the BLM manages more than 57 million acres of sagebrush habitat in the Western United States, as well as desert, riparian, forest, grassland and alpine ecosystems. Publications about ecosystem management and policy of BLM and the different ecosystem types are a part of this collection.

 
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