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the management of public lands
The government will auction off 20 parcels of public land.
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McCONNELSVILLE, Ohio - Come summertime, nature lovers in Ohio will have another piece of public land to enjoy: Jesse Owens State Park and Wildlife Area in Southeast Ohio.
Not every species on the list is a problem in every locale, said Bill Whitacre, the association's policy adviser for public land and agriculture.
These slums often sat on prime parcels of public land, and many redevelopment sites are now dotted with luxury residences, with the requirement to provide on-site housing for former residents largely ignored.
Trump is reorganizing the public land Leviathan - and DC bureaucrats are not happy.
The agency's widespread problems mirror recent misconduct scandals within the nation's other major public lands agency, the Interior Department.
Currently, Sonoma County does controlled burns on its public lands — but those account for only about 5 percent of the county.
Concord’s annual cleanup of roadside litter and trash on public land takes place this week, with a major emphasis on Saturday, April 7.
Clarification: An earlier version of this story wasn’t clear about how Interior can open up public land for development.
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: land that is owned and taken care of by the government
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