A round-up of recent Rotary activities, including a trip to Mexico to help assemble desks for students.
An update from the Patagonia Volunteer Fire & Rescue company on grants, donations, acquisitions and the latest training events, plus a plea for new members.
With so many recent “#RxBurns,” the Forest Service has received lots of questions regarding why they prescribe fire to the landscape. Here are some answers.
Cami Schlappy, of Sonoita, has agreed to take over as historian for the Bowman Stradling History Museum at the Sonoita Fairgrounds, a position held for the past 14 years by Betty Barr.
Letters from Sondra Porter, Gregg E. Gorton, Leslie Schupp, and the president of Family Health Care Amigos, plus a correction to an article in the last issue.
Elizabeth Bernays and M. T. McGuire have new books out. Here’s what they’re about.
Notes for the May 10 and May 24 meetings of the Patagonia Town Council.
Are you aware of the treasure we have in our midst? A place of beauty, sanctuary, repose, and organic gardening?
Paper copies of the PRT are available for free at the distribution points listed at this link. Mail order subscriptions are also available. Click here or on the image below to download the June 2023 edition of the PRT as a PDF.
Photos of graduating classes from PUHS, Patagonia Elementary, Elgin School and Patagonia Montessori, plus the PUHS sports award winners.