Yavapai County and throughout the state of Arizona in cooperation with the Phoenix, Tucson and Aldo Leopold Broadbands.
- Stewardship of wild lands, including Wilderness and the Borderlands
- Advocates for the recovery of the Mexican Gray Wolf
- Support for the San Carlos Apache Tribe in saving Oak Flat.
- Monitoring the black-footed ferrets near Seligman
- Monitoring for invasive plants
- Public lands grazing
- Preserving our riparian areas for water and wildlife
- Education for children and adults
We work in cooperation with the US Forest Service, AZ Wilderness Coalition, Sierra Club, and AZ Game and Fish.
- The Yavapai-Prescott Broadband hopes to Adopt Woodchute Wilderness Trail #102 in cooperation with the Prescott National Forest.
- Our Broadband in cooperation with Phoenix is awaiting an assignment with the Tonto National Forest monitoring in the Salome area under a grant from the AZ Wilderness Coalition.
- Under another grant from AZ Wilderness Coalition we will conduct a project in the Prescott National Forest in the coming months.
We had our first Broadwalk last November here in Prescott!