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Front of the Visitor Center at Sabino Canyon Recreation Area near Tucson, Arizona.

What We Do

New Mexico Public Lands Information Center

Since 1997, the New Mexico Public Lands Information Center has been a one-stop source to provide information about recreational opportunities and facilities on New Mexico public lands. We explain rules and regulations, public lands access, recreation opportunities and we can help connect you with brochures as well as guidebooks and maps for sale. We work closely with federal, state and local agencies to deliver verified information to help you plan your next public lands adventure!

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PLIA operates sales outlets at visitor centers and district offices on public lands in Arizona and New Mexico. We provide high quality customer service, interpretive programs and visitor safety information for visitors to exceptional experiences on public lands. We encourage all visitors to care about the lands and to become stewards of these special places.

Sales through these locations and online store contribute to visitor services and our various educational and interpretive programs.

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Programs and Outreach

For over 40 years, Public Lands Interpretive Association has partnered with the Bureau of Land Management and the US Forest Service to provide interpretive services, develop and sell educational publications, products and maps.

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Public Lands Interpretive Association operates and manages campgrounds in the Kaibab National Forest, Williams District. These campgrounds offer individual, double, and group camping sites adjacent to high-elevation lakes.

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Formerly Southwest Natural and Cultural Heritage Association (SNCHA), PLIA has been a trusted source for publishing recreation maps and guides, visitor maps and guides, river maps and guides, trail maps and guides, identification and field guides, historical publications, brochures, flyers, posters, and educational materials that promote multi-use of our public lands.

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New Mexico Events

Learn about upcoming Public Lands events and gatherings happening around New Mexico.

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