Meet the 19th-century southern Arizona entrepreneur and businessman who Fish Canyon is named after.
BEEF AND BLACK BEAN CHILI Recipe by Diane Collins, Ranchwoman and Cowbelle. “This is one of my favorite chili recipes, ranch hands love it. It makes six generous servings. This […]
Hardly a day goes by when I fail to encounter a Sky Island invertebrate mimic, from the animated jumping spider to the zone-tailed hawk.
With all the laws that govern so much, it is still pure chance – chaos – that gives us four and not five Galilean moons.
There are so many plants to try out that will just thrive in the cool nights and warm days.
The next set of canyon names I’ll be exploring are those north of the Sonoita crossroads heading towards Tucson. Roskruge’s 1893 map of Pima County lists only Smith and Gardiner Cañons. […]
We’re at our best when we find a way to feed the hungry and also feed our imagination. Both are necessities.
We have a good number of large species in our area, from tarantula hawks and wild turkeys to the giant saguaro and elusive jaguar.
Smith Canyon, north of Patagonia on the west side of Highway 82, gets its name from John Smith who owned property and businesses in the community of Crittenden (not to […]
Why look to the heavens with so much trouble right here on Earth?