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Cibola National Forest

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USDA Forest Service
2113 Osuna Road
Suite A
Albuquerque, NM 87113-1001



The Cibola National Forest is comprised of 13 separate parcels of land scattered eastward from west central New Mexico into northeastern New Mexico, the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles and western Oklahoma. This includes four National Forest Districts totalling 1.6 million acres and two National Grassland Districts totalling 0.3 million acres.

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