Land & Resources Management

Rogger Meadow in the South WarnersLand and Resource Management projects are undertaken to improve forest health by reducing fire hazards, increasing resistance to insect attacks, and improving tree growth, diversity, range conditions or wildlife habitats throughout the 2.3 million acres on the Fremont-Winema National Forest.

Here is how we organized our land and resource management information online:

Forest Planning

Forest planning documents that guide how the forest is managed are available. The focus is at a broad scale: regional, forest-wide, or landscape (watershed) level including Forest Plans, Late Successional Reserve Assessments, Lakeview Stewardship Unit, Watershed as well as Travel Analyses.

Current Projects

Find information about specific projects that the Fremont-Winema National Forest is evaluating, planning, or actively implementing. Access the Schedule of Proposed Actions (SOPA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) projects documentation. 

Resource Management

Learn more about how we manage resources with our partners including forest genetics, ecology and range management. Timber sale information and documents are available.

Features

Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration (CFLR) Project

February 2, 2012, the Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the selection of ten new Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration (CFLR) projects that promote healthier, safer and more productive public lands. The Lakeview Stewardship Landscape Project, a joint effort between the Fremont-Winema National Forest and Lakeview Stewardship Group, was one of those selected.