Land & Resources Management

The Ozark-St. Francis National Forests encompass 1.2 million acres of mixed hardwood and pine forests that cover a wide array of topography.  From the tallest mountain in Arkansas (Mount Magazine), to the Underground World Below at Blanchard Springs Caverns, the forests offer rugged terrain, crystal clear streams and breathtaking scenery to enjoy.

Projects and Plans

In addition to dispersed recreation (hiking, horseback or off-highway vehicle riding, fishing, hunting, bird watching, etc.), and camping in developed recreation areas; the forests also provide a steady supply of timber, water, and habitat for wildlife and range as part of our Multiple-Use mission.  All of these activities are addressed in our Forest Resource Land Management Plan, and then are followed up with site specific Projects that tie to the Forest Plan.  This site will provide all the projects proposed on the forests, what is proposed and how to provide input at appropriate times to participate in the process.

Resource Management

Resource Management will take you to more site specific info on various resource specialties, as well as timber sale information.

Geospatial Data

Geospatial Data is some valuable information that we provide on the national forests to Geostor.  There you will find a convenient compilation of geospatial data for Arkansas, including specific forest information.

Travel Management

Travel Analysis Report Now Available

National Historic Preservation Act

Draft programmatic agreement regarding the process for compliance with section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act for undertakings on the Ozark-St. Francis and Ouachita National Forests