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15.248 National Landscape Conservation System

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2021

Action/Change Type: publish
Change Description: National Landscape Conservation System


2020

Action/Change Type: publish
Change Description: National Landscape Conservation System


2019

Action/Change Type: publish
Change Description: National Landscape Conservation System

Program Objective

This program aims to increase the effectiveness of resource management by supporting research that informs effective decision-making for BLMs National Conservation Lands and the purposes for which they were designated, while furthering the administrations priorities. In addition, the program supports outcomes which promote citizen supported studies (i.e. citizen science) and tribal co-stewardship. National Conservation Lands protect more than 34 million acres, recognized for outstanding conservation values, and designated for special management by Acts of Congress or Presidential Proclamations. The BLM manages these special areas to maintain and enhance their conservation values with the goal to conserve, protect, and restore these important landscapes and their outstanding cultural, ecological, and scientific values. These designated lands help ensure that the Nation's extraordinary biodiversity and cultural heritage will be sustained for present and future generations to enjoy. The BLM manages units that include over 2,700 recreation sites and 22 visitor centers, and serve approximately 14 million visitors annually. The National Conservation Lands include the following unit designations: National Monuments and National Conservation Areas (and similar designations); Wilderness Areas, Wilderness Study Areas; Wild and Scenic Rivers; National Scenic and Historic Trails; and California Desert National Conservation Lands.

Reported Expenditures

Fiscal Year End 2024 2023 2022
Total reported expenditures $0 $164,307 $310,474
Expenditures audited as a major program $0 $47,221 $200,930
Expenditures with audit findings $0 $0 $1,392
R&D Expenditures $0 $0 $0

Expenditure Metrics

Fiscal Year End 2024 2023 2022
Number of award recipients 0 12 21
Number of awards audited 0 4 11
Number of awards with findings 0 0 2
Percent of audited programs with findings 0% 0% 18%
Percent of awards reported as R&D 0% 0% 0%

Note: This information has been compiled from data collection form submissions to the Federal Audit Clearinghouse, Harvester.census.gov.

Note 2: This information is updated periodically and may not include recent data collection form submissions.

Contact Information

Division Chief 1849 C Street, NW, Room 2134, Washington, DC 20240 nhaskett@blm.gov 2022193180


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