Public Land Research Paper

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Over sixty percent of the state of Utah is public land. The public lands in the state include national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, monuments, wilderness areas and lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management. These public lands feature a diverse range of landscapes, including the snow-capped alpine peaks of the Wasatch Range, the desert highlands and remote Canyonlands of the Colorado Plateau, and the stark flatlands of the Great Basin Desert. In addition, these lands contain remnants of a great historic people. These areas attract a lot of tourism for our state, bringing people from all around the world to ski, hike, and enjoy other recreational activities. Many of these areas have been protected using the forest service, bureau of
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