Planning

Analysis

Monitoring

Plans

  • Forest Plan - Land and ResourceManagement Plan - 1990 (101,497 KB PDF HUGE FILE!)
    • Amendment 1 - Update and clarify direction in the Standards and Guidelines concerning the type of woody material remaining on site after timber harvest activities (4,085 KB PDF)
    • Amendment 2 - Errata (6,820 KB PDF)
    • Amendment 3 - Provide options for creating or maintaining multi-storied stands by retention of green trees in harvest units (257 KB PDF)
    • Amendment 4 - Forest Integrated Weed Management Project (9,441 KB PDF)
    • Amendment 5 - Revises management direction for Management Area 11, Prescription C4-III (Winter range – Meadow) (808 KB PDF)
    • Amendment 6 - Removes The Layng Creek Municipal Watershed Management Plan, Appendix G (7,265 KB PDF)
    • Amendment 7 - Adequately protect the cultural and traditional values of a local 9,497 acre Huckleberry Patch area (7,218 KB PDF)
    • Amendment 8 - Revises management direction for Unique and Mosaic Habitats, Prescriptions C5-I and C5-III (490 KB PDF)
  • Restoration Business Plan - 2003 (2,418 KB PDF)
  • Fire Management Plan

Features

Travel Management

[PHOTO: Mt. Thielsen with highway leading to it.]

The Umpqua National Forest issued a Decision Notice and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the Forest's Travel Management Plan. Maps, Decision Notice, and FONSI are available for public viewing.



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