Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra Forest Plan Revisions

Lupine bloom near Division Creek while storm clouds cap the Sierra Crest. Yellow-colored poppies growing on a hillside. Sparkling water flows through boulders, rocks and trees on the shoreline.

The Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra are three national forests that have been selected as “early adopters” meaning they are revising their forest land and resource management plans using the National Forest System Planning Rule, completed in 2012. The planning rule provides the framework for U.S. Forest Service land management plans across the nation. In May 2016 we released the Notice of Availablity of the draft EIS and draft forest plans for the Inyo, Sequoia, and Sierra National Forests.

We created a timeline of the public involvement milestones for this process. Please check the section on the right for more information about revising these forest plans.

Major Planning Documents


Please visit the Forest Plan Revision Documents page for supporting documents.

Forest Plan Revision Documents

Colorful cogwheel.The land and resource management plans (Forest Plans) for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forest will provide direction for the management of the lands and resources in these areas.

Public Involvement and Outreach

Colorful cogwheel.Working with the public, Tribes, communities and cooperating agencies, we are planning how public lands and resources will be managed for the next 10 - 15 years on the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests.


Public Comment

Colorful cogwheel.The Forest Service values public participation.


Colorful cogwheel.A list of primary contact information for the Forest Plan Revision.