The Bureau of Land Management is responsible for the balanced management of the public lands and resources and their various values so that they are considered in a combinatlon that will best serve the needs of the American people. Management is based upon the principles of multiple use and sustained yield: a combination of uses that take into account the long term needs of future generations for renewable and nonrenewable resources. These resources include recreation, range, timber, minerals, watershed, fish and wildlife, wilderness and natural, scenic, scientific and cultural values.
United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management, "Final Environmental Impact Statement, Grass Creek Planning Area Resource Management Plan, Volume 2 of 2" (1996). Final Environmental Impact Statements (WY). Paper 7.