Tucson Field Office

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The BLM Tucson Field Office manages more than 600,000 acres of desert, mountains and grasslands within  five southeastern Arizona counties, and shares the international border with Mexico.  The field office is responsible for stewardship of eight National Landscape Conservation System units: San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area (RNCA), Las Cienegas National Conservation AreaIronwood Forest National Monument, four wilderness areas,  63 miles of river suitable for Wild and Scenic River Designation and the Gila River Canyons passage of the Arizona National Scenic Trail.  The Tucson Field Office also oversees six properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places and seven Areas of Critical Environmental Concern. Public lands within the Tucson Field Office also provide excellent opportunities for outdoor recreation including world-renowned birding along the San Pedro River.

Gila District 
Tim Shannon, District Manager
Tucson Field Office 
Melissa Warren, Acting Field Manager 
3201 East Universal Way
Tucson, AZ 85756
(520) 258-7200
Fax: 520-258-7238

Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., M-F

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