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Bia Fire And Aviation ManagementPo Box 1060, Mc410 Gallup, NM 87305, USA(928) 729-2307Get DirectionsWebsite
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The Navajo Reservation is comprised of more than 17 million acres of land within Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. The Navajo Region is unique
in that it provides services only to the Navajo Nation and its members due to their substantial population and large land base. Regional programs provide direction and supervision to five agencies responsible for formulating and promulgating Region applications of national policies; for monitoring and evaluating operating programs and offices to ensure program effectiveness, efficiency, and conformance with established policies; and for obtaining or providing adequate technical advice and assistance to support field operations. The Branch of Forestry manages one-half million acres of commercial timber; 4.8 million acres of woodland; provides wildland fire management on the entire reservation; treats 10,000 acres a year of hazardous fuel reductions; and, supports an emergency fire-fighting project comprised of nearly 400 firefighters. Among these is the Navajo Interagency Hotshot Crew, which is based out of Fort Defiance, Arizona. The Navajo Reservation is comprised of more than 17 million acres of land within Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, where approximately 5.8 million acres are commercial timber.
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