Northeastern California, Bureau of Land Managment. Photo by Megan Oyarzun, BLM
Our office is located on Highway 299
Alturas Field Office manages 503,460 acres of public land in northern California. The Field Office includes several large blocks of public land; however, much of the rest of the public land is located in scattered parcels resulting in a variety of management opportunities.
Key resources managed in the Alturas Field Office include: wildlife habitat, livestock grazing, archaeological and historical sites, Wilderness Study Areas, threatened and endangered species, mining activity, noxious weeds and the Pit River Campground.
Land Tenure Adjustment Plan Update
The Alturas Field Office Land Tenure Adjustment Plan was reviewed and the project priority list was updated, based on new information and the potential of benefits to public lands.
LTAP Update Letter - Signed Nov 2013