U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Land Surveying and Boundary Management Program
Throughout the 104 year history of the Forest Service, the agency has recognized the need to protect the National Forests. As the acreage of the National Forests increased and with the growing demand for the commodities and amenities provided by the Nation's forests, a program to mark the boundaries of the National Forests was developed. In 1959 the Forest Service initiated the Land Line Location (LLL) Program for the purpose of perpetuating the corners and lines of the original surveys and providing for the protection of national forests though well defined and marked boundary lines. This program continues today as the Land Surveying and Boundary Management Program of the Forest Service.
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