State and federal officials are looking for input on how to best manage resources on 70,000 acres of ranch land.

The Arizona Game and Fish Department recently acquired the Horseshoe Ranch south of Cordes Junction.

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management, the Tonto National Forest and the Game and Fish Department agree on how to manage grazing allotments in the area. They're now asking the public to weigh in.

A public meeting is scheduled for Nov. 2 in Black Canyon City.

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