Contribute to local, state, national and international economies through sustainable use of BLM-managed lands and resources and use of innovative contracting and other implementation strategies.
Provide amenities (e.g., recreation facilities, protected special areas and high quality fisheries) that enhance communities as places to live, work, and visit.
Land Use Allocations
There are no specific land use allocations related to socioeconomic conditions. However, allocations such as the General Forest Management Area and Adaptive Management Area can assist in meeting socioeconomic objectives.
Support and assist the state of Oregon Economic Development Department's efforts to help rural, resource-based communities develop and implement alternative economic strategies as a partial substitute for declining timber-based economies. Support and assistance could include:
Improve wildlife and fish habitat to enhance hunting and fishing opportunities and to increase the economic returns generated by these activities.
Improve viewing opportunities for watchable wildlife at Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area, the Nestucca River, and Green Peter Reservoir.
Plan and design forest management activities to produce a sustained yield of products to support local and regional economic activity. A diversity of forest products (timber and nontimber) will be offered to support large and small commercial operations and provide for personal use.