Public rewards from public lands
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, the Bureau of Land Management, 1997 - Law - 81 pages
This report describes the value of the natural resources of the public lands, the revenue generated by these lands, the revenues shared with the States, the payments in lieu of property taxes provided to Counties, and the number of recreational users of BLM lands.
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acres inventoried activity per visit BLM Financial Transfers BLM Investment BLM-managed lands FY96 BLM's Bonuses Bureau of Land Burro Program Claim Holding Fees Collections from BLM-Managed Critical Environmental Concern Direct BLM Financial Eco/Cultural Tourism Emergency Rehabilitation Estimated expenditures excluding Estimated net economic expenditures excluding hunting Firefighting and Emergency FLPMA Rights-of-Way Rent habitat herd management areas Horse and Burro Idaho Land and Materials Land Management Lands and Resources miles million acres Mineral Materials Salables Mineral Royalties Mining Activity Locatables Mining Claim Holding National Conservation Areas National Grasslands National Scenic Trails number of participants Number of Units Office Location BLM oil and gas Oregon Permits and Leases public lands Public Lands Administered Red Rock Canyon River Selected Heritage Assets selected hunting trips South Dakota Taxes PILT Taylor Grazing Act Timber Receipts tons produced trips on BLM-managed U.S. Forest Service Visitor Use Activity Water Sports Wild Burros Wild Horse Wilderness Study Areas wildlife