Eagle Lake Field Office

Eagle Lake Field Office


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Bizz Johnson Trail

Camping

Eagle Lake

Dry Valley OHV Area

Fort Sage OHV Area

Rice Canyon OHV Area

NEPA

Noxious Weed Program

Recreation

Wilderness Study Areas

Watchable Wildlife

Wild Horse and Burro

 

Top Ten Points of Interest


Twin Peaks Wild Horse and Burro Roundup Page

California Wild Horse and Burro Program


 Planning Documents Available on-line

 

Eagle Lake Proposed Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement
May 2007
Record of Decision
  April 2008    

 

Rush Fire ESR Environmental Assessment  

 

Eagle Lake Bly Tunnel Plug 

Fact Sheet

Decision Record


Sage Steppe Ecosystem Restoration Strategy


Available on-line:

Sage Steppe Ecosystem
Restoration Strategy
and Final
Environmental Impact
Statement
April 2008
(U.S. Forest Service)

Record of Decision
December 2008


Record of Decision Sage Steppe Restoration


Bureau of Land Management
Eagle Lake Field Office
2550 Riverside Drive
Susanville, CA 96130
Phone: (530) 257-0456
Fax: (530) 257-4831
Office Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., M-F
Contact us by Email


Public lands managed by the Eagle Lake Field Office cover approximately one million acres in northeastern California and northwestern Nevada. The area offers an amazing diversity including forests, peaceful lake shorelines, scenic river canyons and expansive high deserts. These areas provide myriad recreational opportunities, and other uses including timber harvesting and livestock grazing that help meet the food and fiber needs of our nation.