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Grand County Resource Assessment

Grand County Resource Assessment

Grand County is located in the middle-eastern part of the state, stretching from the Eastern bank of the Green River to the edge of Colorado. It is 2,363,962 acres in area.

There are 101,699 acres of private land, 52,729 acres of which is farmland. Of the 94 farms in Grand County, most farms are between 1 and 179 acres, and about 60% of farms are less than 50 acres. About 70% of farmland in Grand County is pasture, about 23% is cropland and 7% is of other uses.

There are 1,617,793 acres of federal land in the county including military land. There are 369,426 acres of state land including wildlife reserves. 198,134 acres of the county is Tribal land, 146 acres of the county is water, and 76,602 acres of the county is National Parks.

Grand County Land Use Map

Complete Assessment - Land Use Statistics

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Grand County, Utah Resource Assessment (PDF, 2.17 MB)

Summary Assessment - Land Use Statistics

Land Use Acres
Forest 150,016
Grain Crops 6,100
Grass/Pasture/Haylands 1,664
Orchards/Vineyards 80
Row Crops 111
Shrub/Rangeland 137,270
Water 146
Developed 5,825
County Total 301,212