Stewardship Projects

American Experience: Stewardship in the San Juan Mountains

This 15-day stewardship excursion explores the effects and projections of climate change head-on as we shine a light on the beauty and challenges of our western landscapes. Youth leaders activiely engage in activities that address the effects of a changing climate and build skills and experience that can reduce impacts of climate change in the epic wildlands and communities of the San Juan Mountains in SW Colorado.

Youth Ambassadors for Southwest Cultures-Spring Internship

Interns develop a toolkit of presentations and activities for historical sites along the Juan Bautista De Anza NHT between Nogales and Tucson, AZ- and do a 5-day spring break camping expedition to Ft Bowie, Chiricahua, Coronado, and Tumacacori National Parks and Monuments.

Garden of Tomorrow-Spring Internship

Interns explore, research, collaborate, and design an interactive garden that connects the public and Tucson area schools with future challenges with the history, cultures and ecology of our Sonoran Desert ecosystem as represented by the Juan Bautista de Anza Trail.

Youth Action Corps 2018!

Do you want to take on leadership projects for positive change in your Sonoran Desert Community?

Community Action Toolkit Program

This program is currently being funded by local Tucson business, Hamstra Heating and Cooling! Thank you!

EcoMonitoring Corps (EMC)

Stay tuned for another round of science monitoring for 2017-18