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TRES RIOS FIELD OFFICE


The Tres Rios Field Office (TRFO) is

responsible for the management and

stewardship of more than 664,000

acres of public land in southwestern

Colorado.  TRFO also administers more

than 300,000 acres of federal mineral

estate underlying private lands

(known as split estate) and has trust

responsibility for mineral management

on 800,000 acres of Tribal lands.

Public lands in the TRFO are incredibly

diverse and rich in natural and

cultural resources.  From the

spectacular Rocky Mountain scenery of

the Alpine Triangle to the wealth of

Ancestral Puebloan sites in the Four

Corners area, Tres Rios lands and

resources are truly a national treasure!


 
 
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Tres Rios Field Office

 
 

LAND and RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PLAN REVISION

   
 

Proposed Tres Rios Field Office Land and Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement

 

CURRENT MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES

 
  • TRFO Parcels in February 2014 Oil & Gas Lease Sale Deferred for Further Analysis (NEPA 13-27)

BLM COLORADO SOUTHWEST DISTRICT FIRE INFO

 Recreation

Land Use Planning

Wilderness

NEPA Register & Documents

Cahone Canyon Wilderness Study Area

 

Dolores River Canyon

 

Menefee Mountain Wilderness Study Area

 

 Forestry

Gunnison Sage-Grouse

Wild Horses

Lands and Realty

ANASAZI HERITAGE CENTER

Located just west of Dolores, the Anasazi Heritage Center is a unique resource within the Tres Rios Field Office. The Center houses a museum focusing on the Ancestral Puebloan (or Anasazi) and other cultures in the Four Corners region, in addition to serving as the headquarters for Canyons of the Ancients National Monument.

The museum features permanent exhibits, archaeological sites, special exhibits and events, traveling exhibits for loan, educational resources for teachers, and a large research collection from the Dolores Archaeological Program and other archaeological projects.

GENERAL INFORMATION LINKS

 Tres Rios Field Office
29211 Highway 184
Dolores, Colorado  81323

Phone:  970.882.7296
FAX:  970.882.6841
Connie Clementson, Field Manager