Anza Trail Blog

Tag = Santa Cruz County

Public Lands Day on the Anza Trail

Tagged as:   Arizona , Recreation Trail , Santa Cruz County , Tumac├ícori , Volunteers , hiking

On September 26, 2015 Ranger Gabriel lead a group on a Anza Trail clean up at Tumacácori National Historical Park for Public… Read more »

Las Lagunas de Anza Certified an Official Site of the Anza Trail

Tagged as:   Arizona , Historic Sites , Nature , Santa Cruz County

Las Lagunas de Anza, a Nogales, Ariz., wetland restored and managed by the Santa Fe Ranch Foundation, was designated an official Certified… Read more »

Poetry of the Wild: Create Art Along the Anza Trail

Tagged as:   ATCA , Arizona , Nature , Santa Cruz County

[Compiled from the websites of the Tubac Center of the Arts and the Anza Trail Coalition of Arizona:] The Tubac Center of the… Read more »

Anza Days 2014 is Coming! Highlights Include New Exhibits at La Canoa

Tagged as:   Arizona , Historic Sites , Pima County , Pinal County , Santa Cruz County , Volunteers , living history

The Raúl M. Grijalva Canoa Ranch Conservation Park, or Canoa Ranch as it is commonly known, is the newest addition to the… Read more »

Las Lagunas de Anza Installs New Bird and Wildlife Observation Deck

Tagged as:   Arizona , Santa Cruz County , Volunteers

Santa Fe Ranch volunteer Don Clemans and his son Allan have designed and installed a beautiful new bird and wildlife observation deck… Read more »

Anza Days 2013: Discovering Beauty and Family Along the Trail

Tagged as:   ATCA , Arizona , Pima County , Santa Cruz County , Volunteers , equestrian , living history , youth

Editor's note: The October 2013 Anza Days in Santa Cruz County saw an impressive 28 men, women, and children join the Anza… Read more »

Restoring Healthy Wetlands Along the Anza Trail

Tagged as:   Arizona , California , Historic Sites , Nature , San Francisco County , Santa Cruz County

The Anza Trail is bookended by a lake and a wetland. Symbols of life and sustenance, they served as the southernmost and… Read more »