About the District
The Redington NRCD was organized on June 19, 1947. Its boundaries overlap four counties: Cochise, Pima, Pinal, and Graham. The district encompasses about 290,381 acres, in- cluding 31 miles of the San Pedro River Valley, the dis- trict’s most defining feature.
2,650 ft. at valley bottom to 8,600 ft. at the top of the Rincon Mountain Range.
Extremely rugged, characterized by deep tributary canyons and washes.
Average of 10-24” annually, varying with elevation.
Land Ownership in Redington
- Federal - 77,065 acres
- State Trust 1- 68,167 acres
- Private - 45,149 acres
Primary Resource Concerns
Water Availability, Quantity, & Quality
Noxious and Invasive Plants