Name: Chip Littlefield
Mailing Address: 2700 N. Kinney Road, Tucson, Arizona 85743
Phone: (520) 733-5158, 733-5157
Fax: (520) 733-5164
The National Park Service mission is to preserve, unimpaired, natural and cultural resources for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. The mission of Saguaro National Park is to preserve, protect, and interpret the Sonoran Desert's many biotic communities, cultural features, and scientific and wilderness values.
Ecology/ Biodiversity: Ecosystems
Trees, Plants and Lands: Forestry, Forest Fires, Gardening, Landscaping, Urban Forestry, Xeriscaping, Permaculture, Forest insects, pests & disease
Nature Awareness: Parks/Trails, Nature Center, Tourism, Wilderness, Recreation & Outdoor Skills
Wildlife: Endangered/Threatened Species, Ecology, Habitat, Hunting/Fishing/Trapping, Management
Environmental education programas are offered for elementary students (grades 2-5) from the first week of November until the last week of March; advance reservations are required. Other children’s programs may be offered, subject to docent availability. The park offers self-guided nature trails; from the first week of November until the last week of March, daily activities are offered, led by park rangers. We also offer a summer camp and year-round activities through the Junior Ranger program.
Special Services: speakers available, volunteer opportunities, limited meeting room availability, interpretive exhibits, visitor centers, bookstore with a wide range of Sonoran Desert information and educational materials
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