AWF MISSION STATEMENT

 

AWF is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to educating, inspiring, and assisting individuals and organizations to value, conserve, enhance, manage, and protect wildlife and wildlife habitat.

 

The AWF is an all-volunteer, statewide association of people interested in the present and future well-being of Arizona’s wildlife, wildlife habitat and natural systems.

 

These conservationists believe our wildlife heritage should not be jeopardized by any activity that fails to ensure its long-term health and sustainability.







Order the 2015 Arizona Wildlife Trophies book and other trophy books here http://azwildlife.org/ht/d/Store/pid/372884/cat_id/67947



                         What are Public Lands?

What's the difference between a national park, national forest and national monument? What about national wildlife refuges, national historic sites or national conservation areas?


US Department of Interior Explains Public Lands
https://www.doi.gov/blog/americas-public-lands-explained




                         Opinions about Public Land Transfer

AZ County Opposes Transfer of Americas Public Lands to State

http://blog.trcp.org/2016/06/07/arizona-county-opposes-transfer-of-americas-public-lands-to-the-state/?utm_source=rooseveltreportshort&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Roosevelt%20Report%202015





LTE from Tom Mackin,
AWF Region 2 Director/AWF Past President

Arizona Daily Sun – Public lands not for highest bidder 
April 24, 2016







LTE from Bob Vahle, AWF Region 1 Director
Payson Roundup Letter to the Editor -
April 22, 2016




 
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The Arizona Wildlife Federation has partnered with the National Wildlife Federation to certify your wildlife habitat. http://azwildlife.org/ht/d/sp/i/372617/pid/372617








Free Entrance Days for Public Lands - 2017 Take in the great scenery of our natural landscapes, learn about our nation’s rich history, and enjoy the great outdoors -- our nation’s public lands have so much to offer! Every year, the Interior Department and other land-management agencies make it easier to visit these special places by offering free admission to the public lands that charge an entrance fee. Check out the dates https://www.doi.gov/blog/free-entrance-days-public-lands-2017 for a list of the public lands that are free, and start planning your trip today!



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