Resource Management

On this page: Diversity | Air Resource Management Program | Integrated Restoration & Protection Strategy | Timber Management


Diversity

The National Forest Management Act requires land management plans "provide for diversity of plant and animal communities based on the suitability and capability of the specific land area in order to meet overall multiple-use objectives." One aspect of responsibility is met through the Regional Forester's identification of plant and animal species whose long-term persistence may be at risk.

Aquatics / Fish

Plants

Terrestrial Wildlife

Air Resource Management Program

Air resource managers work with all people to increase the effectiveness of air quality regulations in providing clean air.

 

Integrated Restoration & Protection Strategy

Timber Management



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