The United States Summit on the Use of Federal Land was formed as private enterprises, governmental officials, and land advocates continued to fall into conflict with one another over proper utilization and claims to land ownership. As a platform for all who have a stake in the conflict, the summit stands for finding a unified solution from all sides of the table to ensure that federal land is properly owned and utilized for the better of the country.

Regardless if you represent executive departments, Native American tribes, private enterprises, or foreign investment interests, will you advocate solely for your own interests or will you sacrifice some for the benefit of all?



Faisal Halabeya, Co-Chair

CAS ’22 Physics


Cullen paulisick, co-chair

ENG ’21 Biomedical Engineering / Minor: Computer Engineering