Land & Resources Management

This section includes Malheur National Forest planning, current projects, information about resource management and available geospatial data.


Group of people review an area on the forest Planning information includes Forest planning documents at a broad scale, either at the Regional, Forest, or Landscape (Watershed) level. 


A man wearing an orange hardhat working in the forest.. Projects are proposed actions that are analyzed through the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process that require public notice and comment, and result in a NEPA decision which is subject to an administrative appeals process, and ultimately is implemented on the ground.

Resources Management

Rock formations on teh forest We manage resources, with our partners, including: watershed restoration, habitat and forest health. Timber sale information is also available.

Geospatial Data

Graphic showing digital map layers Find more information about GIS (Geographical Information System) data here by searching an online collection of digital data related to forest resources via the USDA Forest Service Geodata Clearinghouse.

Fire Information

CCC Plane dropping red fire retardent above a forest fire Find active fire informtion, current restrictions, learn about how we manage fire & fire safety. Help us prevent wildfire by being aware of current fire dangers and restrictions.



Accelerated Restoration Interactive Map

The Malheur National Forest is increasing the pace and scale of forest restoration with a focus on ecological resilience, economic sustainability, and social agreement. Explore the interactive map to learn about specific projects. Click the "i" in the upper right hand corner to generate supporting details.

Aquatic Restoration

This web page is designed to provide information about aquatic restoration activities on the Malheur National Forest. 

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