BLM study projects economic increase
A recent Bureau of Land Management study projects an increase in the economy this year.
The BLM in Dickinson reports it has four lease sales scheduled and 300 applications for permits to drill on public and tribal lands.
On a recent visit to Oklahoma City, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar called the public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management "one of the nation's greatest assets both economically and environmentally."
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