Tales from the Field of a 20+ Year Bureau of Land Management Career
Allysia is one of fewer than a handful of professionals who hold the title of landscape architect among the Bureau of Land Management workforce of fewer than 10,000 employees. The BLM manages almost a quarter billion acres of public lands (1/10 of US land base) - far more than any other federal land management agency - that span from the Pacific Coast across the deserts and rangelands of the Intermountain West to the Rocky Mountains. She will share successes and challenges from her more than 20 years of working on projects large and small, from her local district (which includes Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and the Kanab Field Office) in southcentral Utah to as far flung as Alaska. During her public service career, Allysia has had a hand in land use planning, recreation site planning and design, visual resource management, research, interpretive projects, and a host of other random work.
Utah State University
landscape architecture, land management
Landscape Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Angus, Allysia, "Tales from the Field of a 20+ Year Bureau of Land Management Career" (2022). Speaker Series. 30.