Coronado National Forest is made up of the sky island mountain ranges in southeast Arizona and encompasses five ranger districts. Our mission is “caring for the land and serving the people”. There are countless recreation opportunities throughout the forest as well as active grazing and mining; current and historical tribal land use; preservation and conservation of archaeological resources; and active fire management implementation. Volunteers are an important resource and help us accomplish our mission. Many of the partner organizations listed here host volunteer events on the Forest.

by ian, published March 4, 2020