Government Lands are color-coded depending on which agency manages the area; Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, etc. Areas shaded lighter with diagonal dashed lines are Wilderness Study Areas.
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All government land colors
Orange - tribal government (reservation).
Yellow - Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
Purple - National Park Service.
Light purple - Department of Defense.
Light beige - local government or Department of Transportation.
Dark beige - university or college.
Light yellow - unclassified federal.
Dark green - local park.
Blue - state park.
Light blue - state fish and wildlife.
Cyan - state forest.
Green - US Forest service (USFS).
Bright green - US Fish and Wildlife.