Ridgecrest Field Office

Ridgecrest Field Office


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Situated at the edge of the Mojave Desert and the toe of the Sierra Mountains, Ridgecrest is a great place to be if you love the outdoors.

There is no such thing as cabin fever in Ridgecrest.  In the winter when the snow is covering the higher elevations and the frozen north, vast expanses of open desert provide recreational opportunities for OHV enthusiasts, rock hounds, or people looking for a quiet wilderness experience (Death Valley National Park is just up the road). About The Ridgecrest Field Office


Ridgecrest Spotlight     

Public Invited to Provide Input for OHV Grant Proposals

National Recreation Trails logoSecretary Jewell Announces Designation of 28 National Recreation Trails in 18 States - includes the Nadeau National Recreation Trail

Grass Valley Fences Environmental Assessment pdf

LaPozz Project Environmental Assessment  / Proposed Location Map

Sand Canyon Environmental Program   pdf

CDD Final Supplementary Rules


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Wild Horse and Burro Program 

Ridgecrest Regional Wild Horse & Burro Corrals

A Government Cowboy 

California Adoption Schedule

National Wild Horse and Burro Program

California's Wild Horse & Burro Program


Important Ridgecrest Links

Off-Highway Vehicle Areas

Desert Tortoise

Recreation Opportunities

Desert Safety

Environmental Documents 

Pacific Crest National Trail


Renewable Energy Projects

Solar Projects

 RE Cinco Gen-tie Project
  

Wind Projects

 Alta East
 Tylerhorse 
  

Geothermal Projects
 Haiwee Geothermal Leasing Area
  

Transmission Projects
 Barren Ridge
  


Other Ongoing Projects

Project Name

 


Bureau of Land Management
Ridgecrest Field Office
300 S. Richmond Rd.
Ridgecrest, CA 93555
Phone: (760) 384-5400
Fax: (760) 384-5499
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., M-F
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