“BLM is establishing a new Blueprint for 21st Century Outdoor Recreation intended to guide investments, partnerships, outreach and program development to respond to current demand and chart a course to meet future needs. Through the Blueprint, BLM is establishing a new vision to proactively manage for exceptional and unique recreational experiences that invite all to share in the enjoyment and stewardship of their public lands. The Blueprint presents several major shifts in how the agency prioritizes and supports outdoor recreation. BLM is committed to durable change, which means it must work closely with communities and partners to respond to varying recreation opportunities and pressures. This will allow us to seek continuous program improvements. Another principle of change is a shift from reactive recreation management to a proactive approach, emphasizing planning to address sustainable resource management needs. Importantly, the Blueprint advances the Department of the Interior Equity Action Plan. It will offer a new path forward that promotes equitable access to outdoor recreation opportunities while conserving, protecting and enhancing BLM’s one-of-a-kind resources and experiences.” — BLM
In Episode 380 of District of Conservation, Gabriella kicks off Season 6 of the podcast by discussing two new stories: the Bureau of Land Management unveiling its “Blueprint for 21st Century Outdoor Recreation” and Texas A&M recommending a “new” tool to manage feral hogs in the U.S.
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Gabriella Hoffman is a Media Strategist and Award-Winning Outdoor Writer.
She hosts the “District of Conservation” podcast and CFACT’s original YouTube series “Conservation Nation.”
Learn more about her work at http://www.gabriellahoffman.com