America's Great Outdoors
In celebration of Earth Day 2014, the Bureau of Land Management introduced three vintage posters and postcards depicting some of the spectacular landscapes of our National Conservation Lands. The purpose of the campaign is to highlight these ruggedly beautiful and culturally rich places that belong to all Americans.The inaugural posters and postcards artistically portray three different areas, illustrating the diversity of the landscapes protected under the system. They are Eagletail Mountains Wilderness Area in Arizona (www.blm.gov/az/st/en/prog/blm_special_areas/wildareas/eag…), Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument in Montana (www.blm.gov/mt/st/en/fo/umrbnm.html) and Headwaters Forest Reserve in California (www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/arcata/headwaters.html). This is a continuing series.There are now nearly 900 designated areas of National Conservation Lands spanning almost 27 million acres – or 11 percent of the lands managed by BLM. They include national monuments, national conservation areas, wilderness and wilderness study areas, national wild and scenic rivers, national scenic trails and national historic trails.Learn more about your National Conservation Lands: www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/blm_special_areas/NLCS.html

In celebration of Earth Day 2014, the Bureau of Land Management introduced three vintage posters and postcards depicting some of the spectacular landscapes of our National Conservation Lands. The purpose of the campaign is to highlight these ruggedly beautiful and culturally rich places that belong to all Americans.

The inaugural posters and postcards artistically portray three different areas, illustrating the diversity of the landscapes protected under the system. They are Eagletail Mountains Wilderness Area in Arizona (www.blm.gov/az/st/en/prog/blm_special_areas/wildareas/eag…), Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument in Montana (www.blm.gov/mt/st/en/fo/umrbnm.html) and Headwaters Forest Reserve in California (www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/arcata/headwaters.html). This is a continuing series.

There are now nearly 900 designated areas of National Conservation Lands spanning almost 27 million acres – or 11 percent of the lands managed by BLM. They include national monuments, national conservation areas, wilderness and wilderness study areas, national wild and scenic rivers, national scenic trails and national historic trails.

Learn more about your National Conservation Lands: www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/blm_special_areas/NLCS.html

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