Planning

The revised land management plan (forest plan) for the Cleveland National Forest describes the strategic direction at the broad program-level for managing the land and its resources over the next 10 to 15 years. The strategic direction was developed by an interdisciplinary planning team working with forest staff using extensive public involvement and the best science available.

Land Management Plan Amendments

2016 Monitoring Transition

HTML Pages

PDF Documents

 

Southern California Forest Plan Revision Documents (Documents not found above were originally published in the LMP Revision as "Reading Room")

Habitat Status Report (431 KB PDF)

Socio-demographic Profiles For Outdoor Recreation Visitors (22 KB PDF)

Southern California Roads Analysis Report- 2nd Edition (65 MB PDF)

Southern California Plant Diversity (6 MB PDF)

Southern California Animal Diversity (4 MB PDF)

Wild & Scenic Rivers (1 MB PDF)

Inventoried Roadless Area & Wilderness Evaluations (These evaluations were completed with the 2006 LMP Revision.  Most of these evaluations were updated in the LMP Amendment SEIS).

Monitoring and Evaluation Reports

Spotlights

Southern California Mountains and Foothills Assessment

The wild shrub and tree-covered mountains are remnants of a landscape that at one time covered most of southern California. This assessment discusses habitat and species conservation issues.


Key Contacts



https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/cleveland/landmanagement/planning