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  • #FindYourWay on BLM-managed rivers and trails

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    The Bureau of Land Management is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers and National Trails Acts. Take a journey through Montana's Upper Missouri Rivers Breaks, where the Lewis and Clark and Nez Perce National Historic Trails follow the Upper Missouri River Wild and Scenic River.

    #FindYourWay on rivers and trails to celebrate 50 years of the Wild and Scenic Rivers and National Trails Systems. We invite everyone to explore these remarkable places to enjoy and learn about our country’s diverse landscapes and history. For more information on the 50th anniversary celebration this year, please visit www.blm.gov/rivers-trails-50.

    This film was made possible through our partnerships with the American Hiking Society and the Partnership for the National Trails System. Show less
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  • Wilderness 50th Anniversary Play all

    2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Wilderness Act, signed by President Lyndon Johnson on September 3, 1964. This landmark conservation bill created a way to permanently protect some of the most natural and undisturbed places in America. The United States was the first country to define and designate wilderness areas through law. Congress passed the Act to keep certain undeveloped federal lands "untrammeled by man" and to maintain their "primeval" character. To date, the National Wilderness Preservation System, which was created by the Act, includes more than 100 million acres of land across the United States. The BLM is one of four federal agencies that manage wilderness areas on public lands. We are responsible for 221 wilderness areas totaling 8.7 million acres in 10 western states.

    Learn more about the wilderness areas managed by the Bureau of Land Management:
    http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/blm_special_areas/NLCS/W...
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    This year marks an important milestone for the BLM's National Conservation Lands - America’s newest conservation system is 15 years old. Today, these National Conservation Lands include 874 federally recognized areas and more than 30 million acres of National Monuments, National Conservation Areas, Wilderness Areas, Wilderness Study Areas, Wild and Scenic Rivers, National Scenic and Historic Trails, and Conservation Lands of the California Desert.

    We invite you to celebrate with us, and VISIT, SHARE, and SUPPORT your National Conservation Lands throughout the year.

    VISIT any of the anniversary events or some of the 874 sites in the system of the BLM’s National Conservation Lands. Find an event: www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/blm_special_areas/national_cons...

    SHARE your experiences on National Conservation Lands with hashtags #conservationlands15 and #findyourpark on social media. View the Twitter conversation: twitter.com/hashtag/conservationlands15

    SUPPORT National Conservation Lands through organized restoration events, National Public Lands Day activities, and other service opportunities. Learn about how you can support National Conservation Lands: www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/blm_special_areas/national_cons...

    These National Conservation Lands are managed to conserve, protect, and restore nationally significant landscapes that have outstanding cultural, ecological, and scientific values for current and future generations.
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