In a Federal Government, both the states and the national government have authority granted to them by the people. The people have a position of superiority over both their state and national government.
Powers delegated to the national government are enumerated in Article I, Section 8 in the Constitution. All power not specifically delegated to the Central Government are reserved to the states respectively and to the people. Any power not delegated to the National Government is prohibited by the Constitution.
Public land in the states are owned by the residents of the counties and should be managed by the states and not to an agency of the National Government.
The management of public lands should be administered by the state legislature. The Bureau of Land Management is not a legislative body, it is a agency of un-elected bureaucrats that are not accountable to Congress, the state legislatures, or to the people.
The rules and regulations of the EPA and the BLM are not laws. As citizens we should obey just laws and are not subject to rules and regulations written by un-elected bureaucrats.
According to the Constitution, the jurisdiction of the government of the United States is limited to a ten mile square plot of land located in the District of Columbia. The United States is only permitted to own land in the states for specific purposes that are listed in the Constitution. The United States must also obtain the consent of the state legislatures.
The state legislatures derive their power from the consent of the people and the United States government derives its power from the consent of the states.