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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in the United States offers various opportunities for individuals to lease and use public lands. Besides mining and recreational activities, BLM permits may also be available for grazing, energy development, farming, conservation studies and many purposes.
The process involves applying for specific land-use authorizations and adhering to guidelines to ensure responsible use of public resources. It's essential to research specific regulations and requirements based on your intended use and location of interest.
While the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) manages vast amounts of public land across the United States, not all land within every state is under BLM jurisdiction. Different federal agencies, such as the Forest Service or National Park Service, also manage public lands. Each agency has its own set of rules and regulations.
BLM lands are predominantly found in the western states (13 states), including Alaska. Eastern states have limited BLM holdings. It's important to check with the specific BLM field office or the appropriate federal agency in the state you're interested in to understand the opportunities and regulations available for the particular land you have in mind.
Nash has had past investment and interest in over 50 claims (20 acres each claim) in Arizona (view videos on our NEWS page) for mining purposes. It is an incredible opportunity for any American Citizen to be free and able to lease a simple 20 acre parcel-claim (even more than one plot/claim) to work the land for mining, conservation, camping with only a yearly fee of about $500.00 per year and this fee is waived if you can show and prove you are doing something positive on the land. This is America at its BEST!
JUST GO FOR IT AND LET US KNOW HOW IT WORKS OUT FOR YOU, ONE CAN ONLY GAIN WITH BASICALLY FREE LEASE FEDERAL LANDS AS A FRESH OPPORTUNITY!
According to the web search results, there are more than 1322 gold mines in operation globally, of which 127 are in the U.S. The US produced 6.4 million troy ounces of gold from 12 states in 2019, making it the fourth-largest gold-producing nation behind China, Australia and Russia,
The largest gold producer in the U.S. is the Fort Knox mine in Alaska, which produced 200,263 gold equivalent ounces in 20194. Some of the other major gold mines in the U.S. are Carlin, Cripple Creek & Victor, Imperial County Mesquite and Moss Mine.
If you want to learn more about gold mining in the U.S., you can check out these links: