ABSTRACT: Wind erosion is a major environmental issue affecting land resources and socioeconomic settings in Iran. This paper outlines a study undertaken to provide a new tool to manage wind erosion from physical and economic perspectives. The focus of this study is on exploring the economic and physical impacts of 16 vegetation-based scenarios for wind erosion management as well as conducting a trade-off analysis using the Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) technique. This involves developing a modeling system to assist decision makers in formulating scenarios, analyzing the impacts of these scenarios on wind erosion, and interpreting and suggesting appropriate scenarios for implementation in the area. The IRIFR, 1 was applied for the present condition and for the possible vegetative management scenarios. Among 16 scenarios for wind erosion management, most appropriate ones have been chosen considering the trade-offs of the outcomes.