The BLM manages 8.3 million acres of public lands and 27 million acres of federal mineral estate in Colorado, ranging from alpine tundra, colorful canyons and sagebrush steppe to mountains rising more than 14,000 feet above sea level. Most of our public lands are concentrated on Colorado’s Western Slope. We manage this land for a variety of uses like recreation, energy development, conservation, wild horse and burro habitat, cultural resource protection and livestock grazing. We work to balance these multiple uses and interests to sustain the health and productivity of BLM lands now and for generations to come.
- Tribal Consultation
- Collaborative Action and Dispute Resolution
- National Operations Center
- Financial Assistance and Grants
- Land Records
- Weekly Story Maps