Public lands are a right that all Arizonans have. We are lucky to have an abundance of public lands in Arizona — totaling over 30 million acres and accounting for over 50% of all Arizona land.
These are your lands to enjoy — your lands to hike, hunt, camp, and fish in. But we have to protect them.
Fortunately, we have the ideas needed to protect our public land so that the next generation, and the one after that, can continue our hiking, hunting, camping, fishing, and other wildlife traditions.
Public land management is a balance. That’s why AWF works with experts from across Arizona to find the best way to conserve our resources and provide access to hunters, anglers, and other outdoors people.
To achieve our goals, AWF: