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Land Use Planning

Managing approximately 23 million surface acres of public land, BLM-Utah realizes public involvement in our management strategies is critical. Planning emphasizes a collaborative environment in which local, State, and Tribal governments, as well as the public, user groups, and industry work with the BLM to identify appropriate multiple uses of the public lands.

The land-use planning process allows for extensive public involvement and provides a blueprint of how the public land should be managed. BLM Utah’s mission is to sustain the health, diversity and productivity of the public land, and land-use planning is a vital to our mission.  More information can be found on the Utah-BLM web page.

NEPA Projects - ePlanning and Environmental Document Bulletin Board

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Canyon Country District, including the Moab and the Monticello Field Offices, will utilize the ePlanning system for all new National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) projects initiated after May 18, 2015. ePlanning is the BLM’s national register for NEPA documents and will replace the Utah Environmental Notification Bulletin Board (ENBB) over time. NEPA projects that were initiated prior to May 18, 2015 that are currently listed on Utah's ENBB will remain on the ENBB. The ePlanning system can be accessed at:

ePlanning News Release

ePlanning Website Project Search 

Environmental Document Bulletin Board (ENBB)


Moab Resource Management Plan

In October 2008, the Moab Field Office completed a new Resource Management Plan (RMP). The link below will take you to Moab's Approved RMP, along with the Records of Decision and supporting NEPA documentation.

Moab RMP



Moab Field Office Record of Decision 
and Approved Resource Management Plan