Water Distribution for Livestock and Wildlife
Primary Resource Concerns
Inadequate Livestock Water
District Meeting information
Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every month @ 4:00 p.m.
Fredonia NRCS FIeld Office, 143 S. Main St., Fredonia, AZ
The next meeting is scheduled for: TBD
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About the District
The Fredonia NRCD was organized on June 17, 1943. Its boundaries include the area south of the Utah/Arizona State line and east of the Hurricane Cliffs, and south to the Colorado River, following the river back to the Arizona/Utah border. This area is within both Mohave and Coconino Counties, and encompasses approximately 3,068,875 acres.
The Fredonia District encompasses the land north of the Colorado River in the very northwestern part of the state. The land plant communities belong primarily to the Col- orado Plateau, which includes the salt desert shrub, the sagebrush grasslands, the pinion and juniper zone, and finally the ponderosa and mixed conifer communities in the higher elevations within the Kaibab National For- est and the Grand Canyon National Park.
- Elevation: 1,250 ft. at the Colorado River, up to 9,100 ft. at the top of Lindberg Hill in Grand Canyon National Park
- Terrain: Varies from very rugged mountain drainages to low valleys
- Precipitation: Average 3-20″ annually, varying with elevation
- Federal: 1,389,446 acres (BLM) and 658,706 acres (NPS)
- State: 134,631 acres
- Tribal: 121,142 acres
- Private: 110,361 acres
- Danny Bulletts, Chairman
- Brent Mackelprang, Vice-Chairman
- Don Mackelprang, Secretary/Tresurer
- Shane Button, Supervisor