The Bureau of Land Management is offering competitive land leases on parcels containing acres of Federal land in Louisiana.
The competitive oral auction will begin at 11:00 a.m. on March 19. The parcels are:
- 28.38 acres in Caddo Parish, T18N, R15W, Louisiana Meridian, Sec 17, Lots 1 and 2
- 171.41 acres Caddo Parish, T23N, R15W, Louisiana Meridian, Sec. 4, SWSW; Sec. 5, NWSE; Sec. 6, W2SW, SESW, SWSE
- 50.44 acres in Point Coupee Parish, T6S, R10E, Louisiana Meridian Sec. 59, all; Sec. 60, all
The parcels are subject to BLM stipulations for cultural resources and tribal consultation, endangered species, and sensitive plant species as well as BLM lease notices/best management practices for migratory birds and federally listed wildlife, perching and nesting birds and bats, invasive and non-native plant species, pesticide application and produced water disposal.
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