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 Bureau of Land Management and Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians agree to land swap

 

Last updated 2/5/2018 at Noon



PALM SPRINGS – The Bureau of Land Management and Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians have agreed to swap thousands of acres of land within the San Jacinto and Santa Rosa Mountains National Monument.

linkThe agreement sends 2,560 acres of federal land to the tribe for 1,471 acres of tribal land, plus $50,000.

“The land exchange provides a public benefit by consolidating lands within the monument, while enhancing opportunities for public recreation and facilitating more efficient land management,” Field Manager Doug Herrema of the BLM Palm Springs Field Office...



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