Land & Resources Management

In response to the changing needs of society, land managers on the Bitterroot National Forest use the principles of multiple use and ecosystem management to develop their objectives. Based on the sound principles of biological diversity and landscape management, the forest supports productive, healthy diverse ecosystems while providing the goods, services, values and opportunities that people desire. These include recreation, wildlife, fisheries, water, cultural resources, as well as timber, minerals, and grazing.

Please follow the links on the left under Land and Resources Management for more information. Additionally, feel free to stop by any of our Forest Service offices or call us if you have any questions. 

Horse logging in the Bitterroot National Forest

Horse logging in the Bitterroot NF