Can you identify this mystery object on display at the Patagonia Museum? Hint: it’s on loan from the Arizona Geological Survey.
Zach Farley, Watershed Restoration Crew Leader and musician talks with a group of participants during a recent Borderlands Restoration Network (BRN) restoration awareness event held on July 15. The group spent the morning walking among six current projects in the Borderlands Wildlife Reserve along SR 82 north of Patagonia. Photo by Robert Gay At 7am, […]
Kathy Pasierb, Friends of Sonoita Creek board member, four U of A graduate students and members of the BECY pose for a photo taken during their summer work program with Borderlands Restoration in Patagonia. Contributed by Friends of Sonoita Creek One day last week, Kathy Pasierb remarked, “I just had the best day! I worked […]
A note from Linda Huffstetler-Dearing of Family Health Care Amigos.
The parade starts at 11am, with fireworks at dusk (weather permitting).
A round-up of recent Rotary activities, including a trip to Mexico to help assemble desks for students.
77-year-old Gilbert Quiroga reminisces about his colorful childhood in Patagonia in the ‘50s and ‘60s.
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.
Boulder Crest AZ offers support, training, and respite for veterans and first responders and their families at the former Apache Springs Ranch. Meet the people who make it work.
A look at the robust expansion of winemaking that began around 2002, as new wineries opened their doors and new vineyards started to pop up across Sonoita-Elgin.