Resource Management

Noxious Weeds

Emphasis on noxious weeds has increased significantly in recent years, as more people recognize invasive species’ effect on all other resource areas. In addition to the national and regional emphasis, locally the Uinta National Forest and Wasatch-Cache National Forest Revised Forest Plans provides clear increased direction on noxious weed management.  In addition to the forest plans, each forest has analyzed the effects of weed treatment on forest system lands and discloses appropriate mitigating measures to ensure that most effective weed treatment while maintaining a healthy ecosystem.

Wasatch-Cache National Forest Noxious Weed Treatment Final EIS

Uinta National Forest Noxious Weed Treatment Final EA

Uinta National Forest Wilderness Noxious Weed Treatment Final EA

Range Annual Operating Instructions

Grazing management on rangelands today is a collaborative effort. There is a lot of public concern about management of livestock on federals lands. Gaining the understanding and cooperation of everyone involved in grazing management improves the chances for a successful program. This includes landowners, land managers, users, universities, other agencies, and the public.  Operating Instructions are visited annually to ensure that our rangelands are healthy and functioning properly.

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Travel Analysis Report Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest Subpart A Cache National Foresst Map Subpart A Uinta National Forest Map Subpart A Wasatch National Forest Map
Travel Analysis Report Addendum 2017-001 Lambs Canyon

Current Timber Sales being advertised

Fish and Wildlife

Welcome to the Uinta Wasatch Cache National Forest Fisheries and Wildlife Program webpages. On the Uinta Wasatch Cache National Forest there are a variety of flat water and stream fisheries as well as wildlife viewing opportunities. As you fish and enjoy the wildlife please help us to keep the forest enjoyable by packing out all of the materials you bring on the forest. We hope you have a great day fishing and view wildlife and enjoy the forest! Good Luck!

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Mill Creek Native Bonneville Cutthroat Trout Restoration Project.


National Forest lands are the single largest source of drinking water in the nation, providing fresh water to some 60 million people. Consequently, it's up to the US Forest Service to manage and protect this vital resource.

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Historically, frequent small fires burned in this area, reducing dense vegetation, renewing soil nutrients, and helping plant species to regenerate. The large number of homes located in and around the forest presents a tremendous challenge in this fire-prone ecosystem.

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