Fire Information for Gila National Forest: (575) 388-8271
Gila Wilderness Ranger District Headquarters: (575) 536-2250
Gila National Forest Supervisor's Office: (575) 388-8201
Did You Know?
The ancient Puebloans of the Mogollon area used native plants for food, medicines, clothing and tools. The yucca plant was very useful. Yucca fibers were made into twine, nets, baskets, even paint brushes. These sandals, made from yucca, are in the Visitor Center Museum at the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument.