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Why is it important for the Bureau of Land Management to have current land use plans in place? a. to prevent private landowners from encroaching on public lands b. to insure that land is used to its
maximum potential c. the use and delivery of resources depend on land use d. to prevent the government from taking over private land
It is important for the Bureau of Land Management to have current land use plans in place b. to insure that land is used to its maximum potentia
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