Project planning direction

The Land and Resource Management Plan for the Daniel Boone National Forest (Forest Plan) guides the coordination of multiple uses of the Forest while promoting sustained yields of services and products. Such uses include outdoor recreation, clean waters, fish and wildlife, timber and minerals. Forest Plan goals and objectives provide sideboards for new projects and are designed to move the Forest towards the desired future conditions described in the Forest Plan. These project proposals are subject to resource analysis in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act.

A Schedule of Proposed Actions published on the first of January, April, July, and October to keep you informed about Forest projects. If you have a comment or a question about the planning process, feel free to send a note to the Forest’s Environmental Coordinator at