Redding Resource Management Plan
Amendment for Land Sales - 2004
Record of Decision - 1993
Proposed Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement - 1992
The Redding Resource Management Plan (RMP) identifies the direction for the management of public lands and Federal mineral estate administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) within the Redding Resource Area of north central California. The Redding Resource Area encompasses approximately 247,500 acres of public land and 142,400 acres of Federal mineral estate within Butte, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama,and Trinity counties. Public lands administered by BLM comprise roughly 2.5% of the entire land mass within the Redding Resource Area.
Click on the links below to view the Redding RMP Maps:
Interlakes Plan and Environmental Impact Statement
The 1997 planning document for the Interlakes Special Recreation Management Area covers a 17,845 acre area bordered by Clear Creek to the west, a Sacramento River greenway divide and Shasta Lake to the east, Wild Cow Mountain to the north, and Highway 299 to the South.
Interlakes Plan and EIS.pdf