Geothermal Energy Resources on Tribal Lands in Utah

Important note: This list includes only federally recognized tribes that have land. Landless tribes and state-recognized tribes may contact the DOE Tribal Energy Program for more information. Tribes are listed under their federally recognized names, but group names are omitted. In cases where the reservation name is significantly different than the federally recognized tribal name, the reservation name is also listed.

For convenience, tribal lands are organized by the state in which they are located. Tribal lands spanning two or more states are listed under both state names. Tribes may need to view more than one map to see all of their lands, and tribes with large tribal lands (such as the Navajo Nation) may need to view maps in more than one state listing. Maps are not available for tribal lands in all states, and in some cases maps are available for some tribal lands in a state, but not all. The DOE Tribal Energy Program will continue to develop new resource maps as funds permit.

All maps are available as Adobe Acrobat PDFs. Download Adobe Reader.

Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation (PDF 148 KB)
Goshute Reservation (PDF 148 KB)
Navajo Nation:  
Four Corners region lands (PDF 173 KB)
North central Arizona and central Utah lands (PDF 158 KB)
Northern Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation:  
Eastern lands (PDF 168 KB)
Western lands (PDF 197 KB)
Northwestern Band of Shosoni Nation (PDF 273 KB)
Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah:  
Lands in central Utah (PDF 239 KB)
Main reservation in southwest Utah (PDF 173 KB)
Skull Valley Band of Goshute Indians (PDF 252 KB)
Ute Mountain Tribe of the Ute Mountain Reservation (PDF 173 KB)