Agency trucks and boats parked near lake with pine trees in background.Partners with the Manti-La Sal National Forest have joined to manage weeds across jurisdicitions, to improve and build trails, to maintain roads, and preserve heritage places and artifacts. They have helped with conservation education, improving wildlife habitat, and managing fuels and fire.  

If you are interested in partnering with the Manti-La Sal National Forest in order to improve conditions on the Forest please contact one of the following:

Wildlife Habitat: Jeff Jewkes 435-636-3592

Recreation: Bill Broadbear, 435-636-3516

Range and Noxious Weeds: Karlton Moss, 435-636-3304

Minerals and Mining: Jeff Salow 435-636-3596

Vegetation Regrowth at Black Dragon At the Black Dragon habitat improvement site, new forbs and shrubs are growing where incurisions of pinion/juniper, decadent sagebrush and mountain mahogany once grew.  The project was funded by the Utah Partners for Conservation and Development and the Manti-La Sal National Forest.!ut/p/z0/04_Sj9CPykssy0xPLMnMz0vMAfIjo8zijQwgwNHCwN_DI8zPwBcqYKBfkO2oCADIwpjI/?position=BROWSEBYSUBJECT&pname=Manti-Lasal%20National%20Forest-%20Partnerships&navtype=BROWSEBYSUBJECT&ss=110410&pnavid=140000000000000&navid=140110000000000&ttype=main&cid=FSE_003777