Alturas Field Office manages 503,243 acres of public land in northern California. The Field Office inludes several large blocks of public land, however, much of the rest of the public land is located in scattered parcels resulting in a variety of management opportunies.
Key resources and resource uses managed in the Alturas Field Office include: wildlife habitat, livestock grazing, archeological and historical sites, Wilderness Studies Areas, threatened and endangered species, mining activity, noxious weeds and the Pit River Campground.
Type: Federal Umbrella Agency: Department of the Interior
Updated 11.1.2003/3.3.2015 ew