U.S Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management Director Neil Kornze.

U.S Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management Director Neil Kornze.

The extremist group behind the armed occupation of a wildlife refuge in Burns, Oregon has demanded that all federal land be “returned to the people.” We explore the history of federal land management, how the 250 million acres overseen by the Bureau of Land Management are used, and why there’s a vast cultural difference in how public land is viewed out West versus here on the East Coast.

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  • Neil Kornze Director, U.S. Bureau of Land Management

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