Arizona Land Use Permit

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    kmhiker
    Participant

    We just came back from Arizona, and have a “Land Use Permit” that is good until Sept of 2014. You will need it if you are going to do any of the “Geoart” that is abundant there. Just drop me a note and I’ll get it to you.

    #1973021

    peach107
    Member

    I just moved to AZ from Wis and do a bit of hiking. That might come in handy. If someone really needs it let it go, otherwise…………….I’d take it.

    #1973022

    Lacknothing
    Participant

    @kmhiker wrote:

    We just came back from Arizona, and have a “Land Use Permit” that is good until Sept of 2014. You will need it if you are going to do any of the “Geoart” that is abundant there. Just drop me a note and I’ll get it to you.

    What is it for?

    #1973023

    Walkingadventure
    Moderator

    :gna:

    Permission to use the land.

    :lol2:

    #1973024

    sandlanders
    Participant

    Yes, that it is. Interesting to know.

    http://www.azland.gov/programs/natural/recreation_permit.htm

    #1973025

    kmhiker
    Participant

    It will be sent off to peach107 .
    All of the “geoart” are placed on AZ land trusts. With it one can drive on the desert etc.

    #1973026

    peach107
    Member

    still haven’t received it which is no biggie. went for an earthcache today on State Trust Land (GC17V1M). snuck in and out in the rain. cool EC. didn’t see any gestapo. oh well.

    #1973027

    Curly Girls
    Participant

    We were just in AZ and were with people who live there. They have no such thing and go in the desert all the time? I had no idea you needed a permit. I guess we broke the law? Good thing I had my attorney with me, I guess. If I visit again I guess I better look that up.

    #1973028

    uws22
    Participant

    certain BLM areas require it. The Barry Goldwater Range also requires a separate (free) permit, but many places are just open.

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