Current Tonto National Forest Plan

The Tonto National Forest Plan (1985) provides long-term direction for managing forest resources. The purpose of the Forest Plan is to provide for multiple use and sustained yield of goods and services from the Forest in a way that maximizes long term public benefits in an environmentally sound manner.

The Tonto National Forest strives to make all documents accessible. If you have difficulty accessing information on this site, particularly if using assistive technology, please contact us. You can do this by emailing us with the following information:

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Key Contacts

If you have questions or concerns about the plan revision process feel free to contact the planning team at (602) 225-5200 or by email at SM.FS.tontoplan@usda.gov.

You can also reach us at 2324 East McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85006

  • Kenna Belsky, Forest Planner
  • Beth Rumpza, Assistant Forest Planner
  • Robert Madera, Forest Botanist and Ecological Lead
  • Jay Olson, Wildlife Biologist


https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/tonto/landmanagement/planning/?cid=fsbdev3_018754