CTUIR Forest Management Plan

On March 22nd, 2010, the CTUIR Board of Trustees approved the Forest Management Plan drafted jointly between the CTUIR and Bureau of Indian Affairs for the management of forested tribal trust, allotted trust and tribal fee lands on reservation.

Fish and Wildlife Code

 The Confederated Tribes has jurisdiction over all wildlife and subsistence gathering resources now and in the future found upon lands and waters of the Reservation, including fee lands, to the exclusion of state jurisdiction; and

The Confederated Tribes, and all those subject to their jurisdiction, shall develop and manage all lands and waters of the Reservation in a manner that enhances production of wildlife and subsistence gathering resources and naturally sustaining wildlife habitat; and

Invasive Weed Environmental Assessment and Integrated Management Plan Comment Period

Your comments will be helpful in developing or refining the proposed action and alternatives. Comments that would be most useful are those stating site specific concerns and those that can help us develop treatments that would be responsive to our goals to control, contain, or eradicate invasive plants. Written comments should be submitted to CTUIR-Department of Natural Resources, Range Ag and Forestry Program 46411 Timine Way Pendleton, OR 97801.

Rainwater Wildlife Area Map

Rainwater Wildlife Area Owned and Managed by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation