Planning

The original Coronado National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan) was implemented in 1986. For the last several years the Forest has undergone a Forest Plan revision process to complete a revised plan that provides forest-specific guidance and information to oversee project and activity decision making on the Forest over the next fifteen years. The new plan incorporates the best available science and utilized an extensive collaborative effort throughout the process. The new plan has been completed and is available below.

Please visit our Plan Revision website for complete information.

2018 Revised Forest Plan Documents

Revised Forest Plan

Final Environmental Impact Statement Vol. 1

Appendices Vol. 2

Appendices Vol. 3

Record of Decision (ROD)

Reader’s Guide

Interested Reader Letter

Appeal Info

 

 

Monitoring and Evaluation Reports

Monitoring and Evaluation Report Trends Analysis: 1986-2012

Monitoring and Evaluation Report Trends Analysis: 1986-2013

Monitoring and Evaluation Report Trends Analysis: 1986-2014

Monitoring and Evaluation Report Trends Analysis: 1986-2015

Monitoring and Evaluation Report Trends Analysis: 1986-2016

 

Sawmill Fire

This video shows the Ignition of the Sawmill Fire which burned on Coronado National Forest and other lands in April, 2017.

An explosive material was shot with a firearm, and sparks landing in surrounding dry grass ignited instantly.

This serves to demonstrate the volitile conditions which can be present across the Forest during any time of the year,

One Less Spark - One Less Wildfire

Highlights

  • Notice of Intent Link opens in a Pdf Document
    A Notice of Intent (PDF, 55 kb) to revise the Forest Plan was published in the Federal Register on January 27, 2010.


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