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Areas of Critical Environmental Concern

Warner Ridge/Fort Pearce ACEC

Fort Pearce Wash Riparian HabitatThis 4,281 acre area is located southeast of St. George, Utah and west of Warner Valley near the Utah/Arizona state line. It contains the endangered dwarf bear-claw poppy, the threatened siler pincushion cactus, important riparian values along Fort Pearce Wash, historic sites, and highly erodible soils, all of which are at risk from extensive off-road motorized travel, unauthorized road proliferation, human encroachment, and urban development.

For information on historic sites in the area visit our Heritage Resources website.  For information on trails in the area visit our Recreation website.