The Uinta Forest Plan (officially entitled Land and Resource Management Plan of the Uinta National Forest) is the document that establishes general management direction for lands administered by the Uinta National Forest. Using broad language, the Forest Plan determines the availability of land for resource management, predicts levels of resource use and outputs, and provides for a variety of resource management practices. The Uinta National Forest completed its current Forest Plan in October, 1984.
United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, "Preliminary Analysis of the Management Situation, Land and Resource Management Plan Revision" (1999). Natural Resources-Planning, Management, and Conservation. Paper 2.