BLM Utah Mineral Resource Information Development Project

BLM Utah would like to partner with an organization to highlight some of the unique geologic features, geologic history, type localities, etc.

in a format to educate the public of these resources on lands administered by BLM.

This partnership would work together to determine the geologic

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topics or points of interest on public lands to start this educational process.

Recipient will suggest the format, media and tools to develop educational resources to be used by BLM and educators to share knowledge and information about Utahâ¿¿s mineral resources, mining and mineral resource management.

The mineral resources information development under this proposal will focus on what the federal government refers to as locatable minerals.

Locatable mineral resources include but are not limited to:
gold, silver, copper, uranium, beryllium, beryl, etc.
Related Programs

Recreation Resource Management

Department of the Interior

Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: Bureau of Land Management

Estimated Funding: $50,000

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