Coordinated Resource Management Plans
Monitoring Sites & Training
Emergency Watershed Program
Rural & Urban Conservation Education
Primary Resource Concerns
Soil Erosion & Flood Damage
Water Availability, Quantity, & Quality
Conservation Educational Programs
District Meeting information
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About the District
The lands within the Apache NRCD range from some of the highest elevations in Arizona in the White Mountains down into the semi-arid grasslands in the northern portion of the District. It includes the headwaters of rivers flowing into the most important river systems in Arizona: the Little Colorado, Salt River, and San Francisco River.
Agriculture, mainly ranching, is an important industry in the District and neighboring areas. Most ranches operate on a mixture of private, State, BLM, Forest Service, and other land ownerships. Livestock are often grazed in the high mountains in the summer and on lower grasslands during the winter. Hunting, fishing, skiing, and other outdoor recreation are also major contributors to the local economy.
- Elevation: Some of the highest in Arizona
- Terrain: Mountains to semi-arid grasslands
Agriculture, mainly ranching, is an important industry in the District and neighboring areas. Most ranches operate on a mixture of private, State, BLM, Forest Service, and other land ownerships.
- Daric Knight, Chairman
- Macky Trickey Jr., Vice-Chairman
- Don Lann, Treasurer
- Terry Shobe, Secretary
- Kevin Burk, Member
- George Geisler, Advisor
- Kenny Calloway, Advisor
- Kevin McFee, Advisor
- Brian Nicoll, Advisor