2,500’ ft. to 6,000 ft
Desert to mountains; home to largest chapar- rals in the United States.
Average of 17” annually
Chino Winds NRCD was organized in June of 1945, and is lo- cated in the north and central area of Yavapai County. It con- tains 2.7 million acres of private and state land which in-cludes boundaries north of Black Canyon City to Seligman, and west of the Verde Valley area, and south to the Congress area of Arizona.
Conservation Practices on the Ground
Water Developments for Livestock/Wildlife
Improved Crop Irrigation Management
Solar and Fossil Fuel
Primary Resource Concerns
Reliable Water Resources
Noxious and Invasive Plants
Recreation/Deterioration of Natural Resources