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BLM Wyoming - Rawlins Field Office

BLM Wyoming - Rawlins Field Office
Rawlins FO encompasses 12.5 million acres in south-central Wyoming including eastern third of Sweetwater County, Carbon, Albany, Laramie counties. Rawlins FO manages 3.5 million acres of public lands and 4.5 million acres of federal mineral estate.
http://www.blm.gov/wy/st/en/field_offices/Rawlins.html
rawlins_wymail@blm.gov

Location
P.O. Box 2407
Rawlins , WY 82301
USA
Parent Organization: BLM Wyoming State Office
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