The Coconino National Forest is located in the center of Arizona
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Working Together

a series paper dollsWorking together is the key to success! There are many ways to become engaged in management of Coconino National Forest. Year after year we find working cooperatively with volunteers, partners and others allows the Forest to achieve many things beyond what would otherwise be possible. The Forest Service works closely with individuals and groups to further its conservation work. Whether through special agreements, laws that set up advisory committees, the Forest Service has many ways to enlist the help of citizens for the good of the national forests.

Learn more about public involvement with the Coconino National Forest:

If you are looking for volunteer opportunities with the Coconino National Forest, please contact one of the districts and ask to speak to a Volunteer Coordinator.

  • Flagstaff Ranger District: 928-526-0866
  • Red Rock Ranger District: 928-203-7500
  • Mogollon Rim Ranger District: 928-477-2255

Spotlights

Volunteer.gov

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Find volunteer opportunities with the Coconino National Forest, as well as throughout the USDA Forest Service and U.S. Federal Government.

Arizona OHV Ambassadors

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Do you want to help promote a positive image and help protect the future of OHV recreation on public lands in Arizona? Get involved in the Arizona State Parks OHV Ambassadors!