On July 2, 1908 President Theodore Roosevelt signed a proclamation consolidating all the San Francisco Mountains National Forest, parts of the Black Mesa and Tonto National Forest, all of the Grand Canyon National Forest south and east of the Colorado River, into the Coconino National Forest.

 

The Coconino National Forest is now one of six National Forests in Arizona and is comprised of 1,821,495 acres and three districts.

 

For more information on our Forest, visit our website at www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/ or contact the Supervisor's Office at 928-527-3600.

 

REGARDING PHOTO CREDIT

All photos posted on the Coconino National Forest Flickr account are for free public use. Attribution for most photos can be given to: "U.S. Forest Service, Southwestern Region, Coconino National Forest," but read the description of the photo to verify, as non-Forest Service individuals occasionally contribute photos. If you have any questions regarding these photos, contact the Public Affairs Officer of the Coconino National Forest at 928-527-3490.

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