The Sonoran Desert Tortoise isn't the only thing endangered in Arizona

It should come as no surprise that Arizona is a focal point for outdoor enthusiasts all over the U.S. and the world. Our landscapes are beautiful, our wildlife is unique, and for years, we have maintained a delicate balance between recreation and nature. No matter your recreational activity of choice, we are all passionate about preserving our beautiful Arizona. We do not believe in making new trails, destroying natural landscapes, or dumping trash. We do not want to threaten endangered wildlife or delicate ecosystems.

UPDATED Kingman Travel Management Plan - 1,630 mile proposed CLOSURE

Kingman Travel Management Plan environmental assessment released. Public commenting open!

The Bureau of Land Management wants to hear from you! They want to hear from those who use these trails. They are giving the public an opportunity to voice their opinion. Inside this page, you will find detailed documents regarding studies and other information about the Kingman Travel Management Plan. The environmental assessment has been released and the BLM is requesting comments from the public.

House joint resolution 44 might be the answer to trail closures

House joint resolution 44 might be the answer to the lack of management and oversight on our public lands.

Recently, on March 27th, 2017 President Trump signed House Joint Resolution 44 into law. It effectively canceled a Bureau of Land Management regulation which was part of a drastic overreach to put control of public lands fully within the federal government. It's another step to force the federal government to work hand-in-hand with local governments for the future of our public lands.

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