For several decades, the NRCS has helped the people of Arizona conserve valuable natural resources. We provide services to all private landowners who are interested in restoring and enhancing our wondrous landscape through a unique partnership with landowners, conservation districts, state and local governments, American Indian Nations, and rural and urban citizens.
Conservation districts develop their own programs to address the resource problems within their boundaries. NRCS provides the technical assistance to help them achieve their objectives. The districts and NRCS are linked together by mutual conservation objectives as well as by legislation and formal agreements with the Secretary of Agriculture. These agreements give NRCS the authority to provide one-on-one assistance to landowners on non-federal lands. No other federal agency has such authority.
Find out how you can become involved in the conservation of Arizona’s precious natural resources. Visit their website.