The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests eastern center of Arizona.
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Willow Springs Lake located on our Black Mesa Ranger District. Photo courtesy of Simon Cox - USFS

 

 

Temporary Employment 2016

2016 Temporary Employment Flyer

For a list of announcement numbers and temporary employment opportunities on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests click here.

For information on how to apply, click here.

Career Opportunities on the Apache-Sitgreaves

 

 

Hulsey Lake Restoration


Read about the restoration project here

Hulsey Lake Restored 2015

 

 

 

Districts on the Apache-Sitgreaves

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The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, administered as one national forest, encompass over two million acres of magnificent mountain country in east-central Arizona. The Sitgreaves National Forest was named for Captain Lorenzo Sitgreaves, a government topographical engineer who conducted the first scientific expedition across Arizona in the early 1850’s Read more»

On the Sitgreaves, the major attractions for the visitors from the desert are the Mogollon Rim and eight cold-water lakes. From the Mogollon Rim’s 7,600- foot elevation, vista points provide inspiring views of the low lands to the south. The Rim (pronounced: muggy-own) extends two hundred miles from Flagstaff into western New Mexico.

The Apache National Forest ranges in elevation from 3,500 feet to nearly 11,500 feet and is named for the tribes that settled in this area. The area from Mount Baldy east to Escudilla Mountain is often referred to as the White Mountains of Arizona. From the edge of the Mogollon Rim south of Hannagan Meadow the land drops precipitously into the high desert around Clifton. 

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Winter Sports on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests

Snow in Arizona? . . . You bet, the mountains of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests (ASNFs) receive enough snow for many winter activities. These include snowmobiling, cross country skiing, downhill skiing, tubing, snowshoeing, ice fishing and winter camping.


2014 San Juan Fuel Treatment Effectiveness Report

The Wildland Lessons Learned website has posted the 2014 San Juan Fuel Treatment Effectiveness Report and it is now available


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Trash Talk

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Trash does not belong on public lands.  Please remember that we are not the only inhibitants on this planet.

Creating a Tribal Youth Crew

2015 Tribal Youth Crew

Since 2014, the Apache-Sitgreaves NFs , White Mountain Apache Tribe  and Southwestern Tribal Fisheries Commission have been collaborating on a joint Tribal Youth Crew venture. 

 




What it takes to become a firefighter

Fire Fighter

The Heart of  a Firefighter is a video about the passion and drive it takes to become a firefigher . . . 

New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse

Jumping Mouse

Click here for information on the recent listing of the mouse.  Summary and background information, links to projects and reference material and more.



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