Land Management Division

ABOUT

The Oklahoma Conservation Commission is the state agency designated to administer the State’s Land Management Program. The purpose of the program is to reclaim abandoned mined land in Oklahoma. The Land Management Program through the Office of Management and Enterprise Services, contracts with private contractors to perform the reclamation work. All previously mined lands are prioritized on potential threat to the public health and safety.

The mission of Oklahoma’s Land Management Program is to Protect Lives, Repair Scarred Land and Improve the Environment.

PROJECT SELECTIOn PROGRAM

The purpose of reclaiming abandoned mine land is to preserve public health and safety. Projects are selected on the basis of the potential danger they pose.

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Land Mangement Program ACHIEVEMENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS

See how our Land Management Programs are making our land safe with our achievements and highlights.

Hazards

Abandoned mines can pose hazards that could endanger the public. Such hazards include:

  • Dangerous Highwall
  • Hazardous Water Body
  • Industrial/Residential Waste
  • Hazardous Equipment or Facilities
  • Subsidence
  • Acid Mine Drainage
  • Gob Piles
  • Clogged Stream
  • Portal
  • Vertical Opening

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