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Arizona National Parks, Forests, and Other Public Lands - Federal Materials
Arizona is home to 30.7 million acres of federally protected public lands, including national parks, forests, wilderness lands, wildlife refuges, and national monuments. These public lands are primarily managed by the U.S. Department of the Interior and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Arizona’s public lands portray a diverse landscape that includes deserts, wetlands, lakes, rivers, mountains, and forests. These public lands support numerous recreational activities, natural resource development, and provide a habitat for native plants and wildlife.
This federal collection of materials about Arizona’s national parks, forests, wilderness lands, wildlife refuges, and national monuments provides a unique resource for examining Arizona’s public lands. The collection contains federal materials, including reports and plans from the Bureau of Land Management, environmental assessments from the U.S. Forest Service, and guides from the National Park Service.
Federal publications are printed by the authority of Congress or by executive or judicial agencies at taxpayer expense and are distributed to federal agencies, their clientele and to depository libraries which serve the public. The State of Arizona Research Library is the Regional Federal Depository Library for Arizona.
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Act to Authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to Convey Certain Administrative Sites in National Forests in the State of Arizona, to Convey Certain Land to the City of Sedona, Arizona, for a Wastewater Treatment Facility, and for Other Purposes
Agua Fria National Monument and Bradshaw-Harquahala planning area: draft resource management plan and draft environmental impact statement
Bureau of Reclamation: federal interests not adequately protected in land-use agreements: report to congressional requesters