This Plumas National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan) directs the management of the Plumas National Forest and 15,000 acres of the Lassen National Forest. The purpose is to guide efficient use and protection of Forest resources, fulfill legislative requirements, and balance local, regional, and national needs.
Browse through the Forest Plan and Monitoring Report
The US Forest Service conducts land management activities to reduce hazardous fuels, improve forest health, support the local communities, provide access needed to meet other project objectives and reduce transportation system impacts.
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OHV Route Designation - Travel Management
Over the next 2-3 years, all national forests in California will designate a system of roads and trails for motorized OHV use that will enhance quality recreation opportunities, promote public safety and protect natural resources.
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Schedule of Proposed Actions
The current SOPA Report contains a list of proposed actions that will begin or are currently undergoing environmental analysis and documentation.
Watershed Restoration on the Plumas National Forest
The Plumas National Forest has developed an active and robust program to improve watershed condition on Forest system lands. Consistent with the Pacific Southwest Region’s primary focus on ecological restoration, the Forest’s watershed restoration program works collaboratively with partnership organizations and local stakeholders to increase protection of riparian and aquatic ecosystems and enhance watershed condition so that clean water and quality habitat is available for recreationists, water users, and wildlife. Learn More >>