Pike-San Isabel National Forest in south-central Colorado – Land Management Plan

The Pike-San Isabel National Forest in south-central Colorado encompasses more than 2.2 million acres from the Continental Divide south almost to the New Mexico border. This extraordinary landscape provides life to thousands of native plants and animals, including bighorn sheep, mountain goat, and antelope, and helps bolster the economy of local communities along Colorado’s southern Front Range.

The Pike-San Isabel National Forest is revising the Land Management Plan for the forest. Won’t you take a moment to remind the Forest Service how important these lands are and why they should be managed to promote healthy ecosystems, maintain opportunities for quiet backcountry recreation, and provide habitat for native species?

USDA Forest Service, Pike & San Isabel National Forests, Cimarron & Comanche National Grasslands – Projects&Plans

Pike and San Isabel National Forests
Cimarron and Comanche National Grasslands
Supervisor’s Office
2840 Kachina Dr.
Pueblo, CO 81008
Ph: 719-553-1400, Fax: 719-553-1440