BLM land open during shutdown, but facilities closed

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WASHINGTON (KOLO) - The Bureau of Land Management said Sunday that access to BLM will continue while the government is shutdown.

However, BLM facilities will be closed.

The BLM has about 47 million acres of land in Nevada, or two-thirds of state. Nevada has about a fifth of the land the BLM administers nationally.