Safford Field Office

The BLM Safford Field Office manages 1.4 million acres of deserts, mountains and grasslands in six eastern Arizona counties and another 118,000 acres of rangelands in New Mexico in cooperation with the BLM Las Cruces Field Office. The field office – whose boundaries stretch form the Navajo Nation in the north to the international boundary with Mexico in the south - is responsible for stewardship of eight units within BLM’s National Landscape Conservation System, including the Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area, six wilderness areas, including the world-renowned Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness and one wilderness study area. Public lands in this field office also include 11 Areas of Critical Environmental Concern, Muleshoe Ranch Cooperative Management Area, Black Hills Back Country Byway, Willcox Playa National Natural Landmark, Guadalupe Canyon Outstanding Natural Area, one property on the National Register of Historic Places and more than 30 miles of stream segments under consideration for Wild & Scenic River designation.

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Bureau of Land Management
711 14th Avenue
Safford, Arizona  85546
Phone: 928-348-4400
Fax: 928-348-4450


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Graham County, Arizona

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