Land & Resources Management

This section includes information about forest planning, current projects and forest resource management and programs.


Wildflowers growing amongst stumps in timber harvest site

Planning at a broad scale, either at the regional, forest, or landscape (watershed) level is available here. The 1997 Revision of the Land and Resource Management Plan for the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland establishes the primary management direction for the entire forest, providing a framework for what we do and where we do it.


Two workers repair campground site after flooding incident.

Projects are proposed actions that are analyzed through the NEPA process (Environmental Impact Statement, Environmental Assessment, or Categorical Exclusion) that involve analyzing different alternatives to the proposed action, requires public involvement, and result in a NEPA decision (Record of Decision, Decision Notice, or Decision Memo), which may be subject to an administrative appeals process, and then is ultimately implemented on the ground.

Resource Management

Freshwater fish depend on clean water.

Ongoing resource management programs that Forest Service personnel implement to manage natural resources for current and future generations. Find information on areas such as: boundary adjustments, lands status, special uses, mining, vegetation management, recreation administration and more.

Geospatial (GIS) Data

Graphic: Showing layers of data in visual graphic.

Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland GIS (Geographic Information Systems) data and accompanying metadata are available.

Fire Management

Firefighter on a mountain peak

Find information about all fire information and programs on the forest including: Current fire conditions, fire suppression crews, fuels managment, prevention & safety.