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Barrel cactus grow on a rocky mountain side overlooking a valley where lies the Inyo Mountains.  Large snow covered mountains are in the background.


To ensure the best balance of uses and resource protections for California's public lands, the BLM undertakes extensive land use planning through a collaborative approach with local, state, and tribal entities, the public, and stakeholder groups.  From hiking in the Redding Field Office to renewable energy projects in the California Desert Conservation Area, land use plans provide the framework to guide decisions for actions and approved uses on BLM-managed lands in California.

View our plans and NEPA documents in development, those that are in effect, and frequently requested NEPA documents in the accordion below.  Find all BLM California NEPA and planning documents in our e-planning system.

Plans and NEPA Documents in Development

Plans in Effect

Frequently Requested NEPA Documents