Land & Resources Management

Forest Planning

The Forest Service has completed a detailed planning process including studies of the lands, resources, and the socio-economic interest in the National Forest as well as a detailed study and analysis of many different alternatives for management.

Environmental Analyses NEPA

The NEPA process consists of an evaluation of the environmental effects of a federal undertaking including its alternatives. There are three levels of analysis depending on whether or not an undertaking could significantly affect the environment. These three levels include: categorical exclusion determination; preparation of an environmental assessment/finding of no significant impact (EA/FONSI); preparation of an environmental impact statement (EIS). This site contains some of the projects that are currently in the NEPA process.

Forest Projects

The Lassen National Forest implements many projects on the forest. This site contains some of the more recent projects being implemented on the forest.

Features

Northwest Forest Plan Summary

The PowerPoints and recorded webinar presentations for the June 9th, Northwest Forest Plan 20-Year Monitoring Report Public Forum are now available online.

Due to internet connectivity issues during the forum, the socioeconomic presentation will be re-recorded and posted to this website in the coming weeks.

Spotlights

Mining Information for Lassen National Forest

Gold Nugget from Wikipedia

Mining on the Lassen National Forest can be fun and very rewarding.

Motorized Travel Management

OHV Tire Tracks

Traveling the back roads and trails in the Lassen National Forest on an off highway vehicle (OHV) has been a part of forest recreation for years.


Project Spotlights

Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act

This law is called the "Secure Rural School and Community Self-Determination Act of 2000" and commonly known as Payments to States.



https://www.fs.usda.gov/land/lassen/landmanagement