BLM Arizona manages approximately 12.1 million surface acres of public land, and realizes that public involvement is critical in the development and implementation of its resource management plans (RMPs). Public lands in Arizona include portions of the Mojave, Sonoran, Chihuahuan and Great Basin Deserts as well as pinyon-juniper and ponderosa pine forested lands. 

The goal of BLM’s Arizona plant conservation and management activities is to ensure that native plants and native plant communities on public lands are managed, conserved, and/or restored for the benefit of present and future generations. 

Success Story

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Partners in Arizona's native plant community restoration


Learn about the successful partnership behind BLM Arizona's native plant community restoration efforts

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To learn more about Arizona's native flora contact our State Botanist:

Cristina Francois