Arizona Forest Health
Arizona Forest Health
HomeInsects
Diseases
Noxious Weeds
Wildfires
Publications
Helpful Links
Bark Beetle FAQ
Contact Us


Helpful Links



USDA Forest Service

  • Forest Health Protection
    Contains directory of Regional FHP Offices, Forest Health Monitoring info, publications including national forest health conditions, and links.

  • Newsroom
    USDA news and other documents that have national interest. Contains a search engine that will find information on most agriculture and natural resource topics

  • Eastern Region
    Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia and Wisconsin

  • Northern and Intermountain Regions
    Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah and western Wyoming

  • Pacific Northwest Region
    Oregon and Washington

  • Pacific Southwest Region
    Californis , Hawaii and the U.S. Affiliated Islands

  • Rocky Mountain Region
    Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming

  • Southern Region
    Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia

  • Southwestern Region
    Arizona and New Mexico

  • Southwestern Region Publications
    Forest and disease conditions in the Southwestern Region

Wildfire Resources

  • National Firewise Communities
    National Wildland/Urban Interface Fire Program

  • Fire Effects Information System
    FEIS summarizes and synthesizes research about living organisms in the United States —their biology, ecology, and relationship to fire

  • Arizona Firewise Communities
    With an increase in the wildland fire risks across Arizona because of drought conditions and an increase in the wildland urban interface, now is the time to be more Firewise!

  • National Fire Plan web site
    Cooperative, long-term effort of the USDA Forest Service, Department of the Interior, and the National Association of State Foresters. Discusses wildland fire management and impacts of wildland fires on communities. Interactive maps

  • Southwest Area Wildland Fire Operations
    Provides general fire information for the public and serves as a source of fire intelligence for the wildland fire community


  • Program for Climate, Ecosystem and Fire Applications (CEFA) Provides products and information related to climate, weather, fire and natural resources. It is a collaboration between the Desert Research Institute and the Bureau of Land Management National Office of Fire and Aviation.

Current Research

Last Reviewed and Updated: January 23, 2013
Questions/Comments:azfh@cals.arizona.edu
U.S. Forest Service School of Renewable Natural Resources
University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Arizona Cooperative Extension