Planning

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Forest Plans

Quarterly Schedule of Proposed Actions (SOPA)

Appeals and Litigation

Forest Service managers make many resource management decisions, which may be subject to appeal (request to a higher authority for administrative review of a decision). Click here to view appeal responses for the Intermountain Region issued after October 1, 2006. You will view these on the National Appeals web site, which will open in a new browser window.

Find An Appeal that is Prior than October 1, 2006

Pre-Decisional Objections

Proposed Forest Service Decisions regarding hazardous fuel reduction projects ar subject to a "pre-decisional" review process. In these cases, the public may submit comments on the project for consideration prior to the final decision being signed. Click here to view objection responses for the Intermountain Region. You will view these on the National Objections web site, which will open in a new browser window.

Features

Humboldt-Toiyabe Biennial Forest Plan Monitoring Reports

The new plan monitoring rule requires that monitoring plans include monitoring questions and associated indicators that inform the management of the plan resources in the area and whether management is being effective in maintaining and achieving progress toward desired conditions or objectives for the plan area. Monitoring questions and associated indicators are based on one or more desired condition, objective, or other plan component. Not every plan component needs to have a corresponding monitoring question. The responsible official should consider the series of questions in the draft LMP directive FSH 1909.12 Chapter 30, section 32.11 to identify which components require monitoring questions in order to effectively inform the Land and Resource Management Plan. To meet the minimum requirements of the 2012 Planning Rule, monitoring plans must address eight specific items identified in (36 CFR 219.12(a)(5).


Travel Management

36 CFR 212 Requires that the responsible official develop and maintain a travel management atlas, which is to be available to the public, and which identifies the minimum road system needed for safe and efficient travel and for administration, utilization, and protection of National Forest System Lands.  Follow the link to access the official Travel Management Reports (TARs) and Maps for each of the Districts and the National Recreation Area which make up the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.    


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