The Yurok Tribe Forestry


James Erler
Program Director
(707) 482-2841 ext 227

Yurok Tribe
Klamath Office
190 Klamath Blvd
PO Box 1027
Klamath, CA 95548

Yurok Tribe Forestry

The Forestry Program strives to serve the Yurok people by maximizing the benefits derived from the Tribe's forest resources* in a cost effective and efficient manner.

Using modern technology and sound scientific principles tempered with cultural values the Program will work with the environment to provide current and future Tribal members financial revenue while preserving the integrity of those resources needed to maintain strong links to traditional cultural practices.

Of all the resources the Program manages the most valuable is its' team members. The Program will endeavor to provide a safe and healthy working environment that supports an atmosphere that maintains the skilled and motivated team members, and will attract eh line-minded in the future.

By adhering to the Mission STatement, the Forestry Program will enable the Yurok people to look to the future with renewed confidence and enthusiasm knowing that their forest resources are being managed now, with the future and past in mind.

*Forest resources include, but are not limited to values associated with: culture; fisheries; water; view scape; air quality; soils; timber; non-timber plants; wildfire.



Yurok Tribe's Fire Investigator R. Reed looks at the point of origin of a fire.

Forest Management Plan

FMP 2012 Draft Rev3.14.pdf

Forest Management Plan Environmental Assessment

FMP 2012 EA Final Rev. 9.13.pdf

Forest Management Plan Appendix
BIA Burn Permit System.pdf
BIA Forest Certification.pdf
Crosswalk between CWHR and CalVeg.pdf
CWHR Classification System.pdf
Final Yurok HCP Complete.pdf
Firewood Cutting Policy.pdf
Forest Project Protocols.pdf
Pacific Region Logging Practices.pdf
Sustainability Verification.pdf
Tribal AirQuality Ord.pdf
Tribal Burn Permit Application.pdf
Tribal Smoke Management Plan.pdf
Yurok Acquisition Cooperative Agreement.pdf
Yurok Forest History 1994.pdf

YurokReciprocal Road Exhibits A1 thru A5

PDD CAR777v8 6-27-13.pdf

Water Quality Control Plan 8-24-04.pdf


Forest Management Plan Environmental Assessment Appendix

Pacific Region Logging Practices.pdf

Finding of No Significant Impact