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Welcome to the NCIP!
The Northwest California Integrated Resource Management Plan (NCIP) will replace and update current management direction for the Redding and Arcata Field Offices. The planning area for the NCIP encompasses approximately 14.5 million-acres across eight counties in northwestern California (see the Planning Area Map under the Maps link), including lands located within the Arcata and Redding Field Offices (except for the King Range National Conservation Area, Headwaters Forest Reserve, and the California Coastal National Monument which are managed with separate planning documents). Within the planning area, the general geographic areas managed by the Field Offices are Arcata FO in the west and the Redding FO in the east, with expansive other federal, state, county, and private lands in-between. The NCIP will make planning decisions for the approximately 400,000 surface acres  and approximately 300,000 sub-surface acres (mineral estates) of BLM-managed lands.
 
 
 
 
The Scoping Report is now available for viewing under the "Documents and Reports" tab. Public scoping began on November 7, 2016 and ended on February 3, 2017.

Preliminary Alternatives will be available for review during Fall 2017.