BLM manages 17,707,693 acres of public lands in Oregon and 399,950 acres of public lands in
Washington. BLM also has subsurface responsibilities for an additional 23.4 million acres in
Oregon and about 16.5 million acres in Washington. From the forests of western Oregon to the
rangelands in eastern Oregon and Washington, BLM uses a multiple-use approach to managing
your public lands. BLM manages for wildlife, recreation, timber harvest, livestock grazing,
mineral extraction and other public uses. BLM owned lands are located in the upper Tualatin
River, McKay and East Fork Dairy creek and Rock Creek sub-basins.
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