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Annual Southern Arizona Project Reports

The Southern Arizona Project (SAP) is an on-going effort by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and our partners to address the impacts of illegal immigration and drug smuggling within Arizona’s borderlands. Cleanup and mitigation projects funded through the SAP are managed by the BLM, cooperating governmental agencies, and nonprofit groups. These annual reports summarize SAP accomplishments and highlights over the years.

FY 2013 Report

FY 2012 Report

FY 2011 Report  

FY 2010 Report

FY 2010 Summary Report

FY 2009 Summary Report

FY 2009 Fact Sheet 

FY 2008 Summary Report (including Map and Photo Highlights) (1M)

FY 2007 Summary Report (including Map and Photo Highlights) (1M)

FY 2006 - Southern Arizona Project to Mitigate Environmental Damages Resulting from Illegal Immigration 

Summary of Accomplishments - FY 2003 - FY 2005 (pdf, 836 K)

FY 2005 - Southern Arizona Project to Mitigate Environmental Damages Resulting from Illegal Immigration

FY 2004 - Southern Arizona Project to Address Public Land Degradation as a Result of Illegal Immigration

FY 2003 - Southeast Arizona 2003 Project to Mitigate Environmental Degradation Caused by Illegal Immigrants End-of-Year Report 

FY 2002 - Report to the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations on Impacts Caused by Undocumented Aliens Crossing Federal Lands in Southeast Arizona

For more information contact: Kathy Pedrick @ 602-417-9235 or kpedrick@blm.gov