Examples of public land in a Sentence
the management of public lands
The government will auction off 20 parcels of public land.
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At many universities, these organizations offer grand houses — in some cases, on public land — that dominate the social scene.
Throughout the state officials are taking precautions such as imposing fire restrictions and even closing portions of the National Forests and other public lands.
More than 60 percent of the U.S. West is experiencing some level of drought, the latest federal drought maps show, forcing national forests and other public lands to close because of escalating fire danger.
Like coming together for Bears Ears and other public lands.
The horses available have been pulled from public land in Nevada and California in an attempt to manage the wildlife population while still keeping the land healthy, the BLM said.
As part of their research into watersheds, Cruz and Forman have created an inventory of public lands in Los Laureles that can serve multiple purposes — as green space, environmental education center and natural buffers to mitigate flows of waste.
Even though the emerald ash borer already has done most of its damage to ash trees on public land in the Barrington area, officials in some villages again are starting up programs to keep the pesky beetle at bay.
Critics argued that a religious symbol standing on public land erased the separation between church and state, and was an unconstitutional government endorsement of a religion.
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: land that is owned and taken care of by the government
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