Watering Facilities, Pipe/Spring Development
Improved Irrigation Management & Efficiencies
Seeding Coordination with Fish & Wildlife Service
Primary Resource Concerns
Water Quantity & Quality
Implementation of Endangered Species Act
District Meeting information
Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month @ 9:00 a.m.
Location: Cochise County Complex, Hwy 92 & Foothills, Sierra Vista, AZ
For agenda & minutes please visit the District's website
About the District
There are 1,764,771 acres of private and public lands within the District. From 1996 to 2010, USDA NRCS provided $865,660 of support used for conservation improvements on 70,768 acres of private and state land for District Cooperators.
1,764,771 acres of private and public lands within the District
- John Ladd, Chairman
- Lucinda Earven, Vice-Chairman
- Jim Lindsey, Secretary/Treasurer/ Education Center Supervisor
- Steve Boice, Supervisor
- Mike Hayhurst, Supervisor
Field Guides to Southern Arizona Plants
Southeastern Arizona has a wide variety of plants due to its climate, varied topography, variety of habitats, and its location in the biologically diverse Sonoran Desert and the higher elevation Chihuahuan Desert to the east. These spiral bound field guides are a wonderful resource. The booklets were created to be large enough to contain pertinent, useful information, but small enough to fit in your pocket, glove box, backpack, or saddlebag.