In this initial (interim) report, 21 different natural resource based outdoor recreational activities are identified. These activities are believed to represent the most popular natural resource based recreational activities in eastern Pima County. Based on the best information available, the document provides an overview and description of each of the noted activities. Information is also provided regarding the primary or preferred locations where the subject activity occurs. Data on participation in the individual activity is included where available. Use patterns, such as seasons when the activity is most prevalent, have been identified and trends related to changes in participation levels ...
Four maps showing vacant parcels, improvements on 5+ acres outside the Eastern Pima County Conservation Lands System. Map 1: Less than $10,000 -- map 2: Less than 1$15,000 -- map 3: Less than $20,000 -- map 4: Less than $25,000.
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