Land & Resources Management

This section includes forest planning, current projects, information about resource management, and available geospatial data.

Planning:

Planning information includes Forest planning documents at a broad scale, either at the Regional, Forest, or Landscape (Watershed) level. 

Projects:

Projects are proposed actions that are analyzed through the NEPA process (EIS, EA, or CE) that involve analyzing different alternatives to the proposed action, requires public notice and comment, and result in a NEPA decision (ROD, DN, or DM) which is subject to an administrative appeals process, and ultimately is implemented on the ground.

Resources Management:

This section includes information about actions and programs that support the forest’s plans and projects.

Geospatial Data: 

Find more information about GIS (Geographical Information System) data here.

Roads Management:

The roads program works with all different aspects of the forest.  Attached are the Roads Management Rules.

Features

Wildfires & Restrictions

Wildfire Updates and Public Use Restrictions


Changing Motorized Access on the Malheur

More people than ever are visiting our National Forests and Grasslands. They enjoy a variety of recreational opportunities, including camping, hiking, skiing, driving for pleasure, horse back riding, mountain biking and riding off-highway vehicles. Throughout the nation, one of the fastest growing communities of users is those riding off-highway vehicles (OHVs).

Project Spotlights

Range Management

Biological Opinion and Letters of Concurance for grazing allotments.