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Publicly-owned lands are the collective property of the residents of a country.
The United States has over 600 million acres of public lands. Every citizen in the country has a right to know what is happening on their public lands, access them, comment on their management and challenge management decisions in court.
THIS IS YOUR LAND.
This subreddit is dedicated to news and discussion of issues that effect publicly owned lands such as grazing, mining, wildlife, hunting, recreation, water, air, logging, horses, burros, endangered species, construction, power generation, land management agencies, scientific research, rehabilitation, natural disasters, soil, cultural resources, noxious weeds, transportation or other issues which relate to the multiple uses of public lands.
Leave No Trace
Public Lands Information Center
Public Lands Foundation
Public Land & Resources Law Review
Trust for Public Lands
The Wilderness Society
Western Environmental Law Center
The Greatest Good