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.
Plans are evolving to repair environmental damage, including erosion control, revegetation, repairing vehicle barrier fencing, and returning some private lands to individuals.
Clayton Dimmerling blows a kiss to the photographer during a recent interview for the PRT. Photo by Jo Dean On September 18, 2021, six-year-old Clayton Dimmerling, of Elgin, was featured […]
Carl and Jane Bock have written a third borderlands mystery, titled “Grace Fully,’” featuring locales and communities that residents of the Sonoita/Elgin area will find familiar. The main character, Grace […]
1150 acres of the Rose Tree Ranch in Elgin are now protected from development by an agreement between the owner and the AZ Land and Water Trust. Photo by Jo […]
Only a few house sparrows were seen in the western part of the San Rafael Valley during the 2020 Christmas Bird Count. Photo by Lois Ports The Dec. 17, 2020 […]
This is the first of a series introducing the writers who regularly contribute articles and columns to the Patagonia Regional Times. Look for more profiles in upcoming issues. Bob Brandt A […]
Cassandra Hunsdon sells baked goods at the December Produce on Wheels in Sonoita. Photo by Marion Vendituoli Cassandra Hunsdon is not only the founder of her new business, The Farmer’s […]
Newly bladed roads on the west side of Patagonia Mountains near Kino Springs. Since Jan. 9, the road has been cut about 1.5 miles up the Patagonia Mountains in the span […]
The Coronado National Memorial, located at the southern end of the Huachuca Mountains, overlooks the eastern edge of San Rafael Valley along the border of Mexico. A short hike from […]