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Arizona Bureau of Land Management
- Aravaipa Canyon Wildnerness is federally administered by the BLM from the Safford Office. This site has an extensive overview including prehistory, geology, archaelogy, maps and information about hiking and permit fees. Apply for permit here.
Apply for permit here.
Visit Archaeology Southwest's website and discover the news that's reshaping our views of the ancient cultures and history of the region.
- To highlight the beauty, the accessibility, and the benefits of our public lands, the Public Lands Interpretive Association (PLIA), an Albuquerque, New Mexico-based non-profit organization that provides interpretive and educational resources to the public, mapped out a Canada-to-Mexico trek exclusively on public lands, called American Frontiers: A Public Lands Journey.
- George Oxford Miller (Dallas in Style), an environmental photojournalist and sixth-generation Texan, writes nature and travel-oriented articles for magazines and newspapers across the nation. He has published seven books, including a guide to Texas Parks and Campgrounds and A Field Guide to Wildflowers, Trees, and Shrubs of Texas.
- The Official Global GPS Cache Hunt Site. The Sport where You are the search engine...
Ghost Towns and History of the American West
- Remains of the old Post Office, miner's cabins and buildings of the early settlements at the East End of Aravaipa Canyon.
Nature Conservancy-Aravaipa Canyon
- Saving the Last Great Places on Earth.
- The Natural Arch and Bridge Society (NABS) was formed in 1988 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization to support the interests of both amateur arch enthusiasts and serious researchers of natural arches and bridges alike. We are an all-volunteer organization. Our international membership includes scientists, educators, and authors who are leading the study of natural arches as well as hobbyists who simply enjoy visiting and learning about them.
- Connecting the natural resource workforce, scientists, educators, and the public to their wilderness heritage through ready access to wilderness information.
Through Wilderness.net and its partners, you'll find access to general information about wilderness, stewardship and educational resources, scientific information,
agency policies, relevant legislation, communication tools to connect you with others in the wilderness community and more.