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Almost 9.5 million acres in 13 western states are permanently inaccessible to the general public because they're surrounded by private land. BLM director Tracy Stone-Manning wants to keep chipping away at them, acre by acre.

BLM’s first confirmed director in five years talks about access, equity, and the future of public land in the West

Hunters and anglers say other outdoor users need to step up as the costs of conservation skyrocket