With its fields of lavender, 14 goats and guest quarters, Wild Oak Farm is the culmination of Muriel Gardner’s childhood dreams.
Book Review: An 800-Mile Journey Across Arizona
Author Tom Zoellner’s hike across Arizona gives him a chance to explore the social, cultural, environmental, and political history of Arizona — including Patagonia and the Canelo Hills.
Community Steps Up to Support Ukraine
The March 6 fundraiser at the Sonoita Fairgrounds Pioneer Hall drew approximately 200 people and raised over $17,000.
State Prepares to Restore Historic San Rafael Ranch
The first step toward enabling public access to the 3,557-acre property is $1.5 million in much-needed repairs. What the land and buildings will be used for is now the subject of debate.
Doing Something for Ukraine
Talk isn’t enough, says fundraiser event organizer Jim Koweek.
The Making of Knottapark: From Eyesore to Community Space
Last fall a group of neighbors in Canelo worked together to create a four-acre community space from scratch. Here’s how they did it—and why.
Elgin Research Ranch Lecture Series/Potluck Dinner Resumes
The next event in the popular series is on Feb. 10, featuring a lecture on our region’s snails.
Doing Beauty Better With Holistic Hair Care
Hairstylist Tami Blakely has opened a new salon in Sonoita to serve local customers looking for healthy, organic hair care.
Patagonia’s 50th Christmas Bird Count
An enthusiastic group of 42 birders participated in the annual citizen science program on Dec. 15.
State Revokes Grazing Permit Along Sonoita Creek
Concerned citizens have complained about ecological degradation by the cattle for years. The situation drew more attention last December when a hiker on a popular birding trail was injured by a cow.