St George Field Office
The St. George Field Office manages public lands in Washington County in the "Three Corners" area where the Utah, Arizona, and Nevada meet. The southern region of the Great Basin, and the northern part of the Mojave Desert merge here at Utah's lowest elevation of 2,000-feet above sea level. The field office includes two national conservation areas, 15 wilderness areas and 19 miles of designated wild and scenic rivers.
This field office administers approximately 629,000 surface acres of public land and is located at the convergence of three different ecoregions. The Mojave Desert, Great Basin, and Colorado Plateau are where many native plants and animals have evolved into unique species, some found nowhere else on earth. Important evidence of earth’s geologic history and past human cultures is also preserved on public land in Washington County, making these some of the most sensitive land managed by the agency. The Beaver Dam Wash National Conservation Area and the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area are located within the administrative boundaries of the St. George Field Office.
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