Resource Management

As stewards of a rich and diverse landscape, the Forest Service manages several types of resources.  The following links offer a program overview, lists of current projects or programs, regulations and permits, and other information.   

Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration in the Northern Blues

The Umatilla and Wallowa-Whitman National Forests, with diverse partners, developed an ambitious proposal and applied for national support from the USDA Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP).  In October 2020, their proposal was rated first in the nation and selected for up to ten years of funding.  Learn more about the planned, active, and completed CFLRP projects.

Natural Resources

Ecology

Fisheries and Aquatics

Range Resource Management

Invasive Plants and Animals 

Timber Management

Wildlife

Physical Resources

Mining and Geology

Cultural and Recreation Resources

Heritage and Archaeology

Historical Photos

Recreation, Trails, Wilderness, and Special Places

Resource Services

Engineering

     Road System Maps - by Maintenance Level

Wildfire and Aviation

Features

Planning and Environmental Analysis

The staff of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest are committed to managing forest resources in a sustainable way consistent with our obligations to provide for multiple users of these resources.

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Timber Sales

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Timber Sales

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