Arizona Game and Fish Department

To conserve Arizona’s diverse wildlife resources and manage for safe, compatible outdoor recreation opportunities for current and future generations.


Arizona Game and Fish Agency Directory

Arizona State Land Department

The Arizona State Land Department manages approximately 9.2 million acres of State Trust lands within Arizona.  These lands were granted to the State under the provisions of the federal Enabling Act that provided for Arizona’s statehood in 1912.  These lands are held in trust and managed for the sole purpose of generating revenues for the 13 State Trust land beneficiaries, the largest of which is Arizona’s K-12 education.


Bureau of Land Management

BLM activities for Arizona’s grazing and rangeland program include resource monitoring, conducting land health assessments and evaluations, use authorizations, allotment planning and administration, developing vegetation objectives, integrating weed management and activity plan development in connection with land use planning.


US Forest Service

The U.S. Forest Service, under the leadership of Chief Tom Tidwell, is entrusted with 193 million acres of national forests and grasslands. We are dedicated to the improvement of water resources, development of climate change resiliency, creation of jobs that will sustain communities and restoration and enhancement of landscapes.


Natural Resources Conservation Service

Farmers, ranchers and forest landowners can receive financial assistance from NRCS to make improvements to their land.

National NRCS website

Arizona NRCS website

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