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Conservation of the Tortolita Alluvial Fan landscape has been promoted by Pima County and Town of Marana over the past two decades. An interdepartmental team was formed to evaluate flood and debris flow hazards and the potential to create an expanded Tortolita Fan Preserve. This report provides an overview of the alluvial fan characteristics and evaluates information on the significance of the biological and cultural resources to determine of the area meets the criteria to create a federal preserve.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2008-09-04

On the County's behalf, the Arizona Open Land Trust has entered into two purchase agreements for the Buckelew Farms property. Under this conservation acquisition proposal, farming would continue in the areas currently farmed, grazing would continue on a seasonal basis, and the popular annual pumpkin festival would continue. However, the County and the Buckelew's would work together to enhance opportunities for wildlife habitat on the farm and grazing lands.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2006-08-02

Pima County in partnership with the Arizona Open Land Trust has the opportunity to purchase 500 acres of land in fee simple from the Buckelews at a per acre price of $1,800, for a total of $900,000 plus closing costs.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2002-09

A PowerPoint presentation that talked about what the Cultural Resources staff have been doing over the last three years; the process they've gone through in collecting information; and the data they've collected.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2002

Provides a brief summary of a compilation of resource investigations that have been submitted so far, to help develop the SDCP within the watershed planning area of the Middle Santa Cruz. Biological stress assessment: an overview discussion of issues and concerns -- An overview of Pima County's watersheds and watercourses -- Middle Santa Cruz subarea: cultural and historical resources inventory report: draft -- Middle Santa Cruz watershed sub-area report.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2000-05

Provides a brief summary of a compilation of resource investigations that have been submitted so far, to help develop the SDCP within the watershed planning area of the Tortolita Fan. Biological stress assessment: an overview discussion of issues and concerns -- An overview of Pima County's watersheds and watercourses -- Tortolita Fan subarea: cultural and historical resource inventory report: draft -- Tortolita Fan watershed sub-area report.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2000-05

Provides a brief summary of a compilation of resource investigations that have been submitted so far, to help develop the SDCP within the watershed planning area of the Cienega-Rincon Valley. Andrada Property Owners Association position statements: Sonoran Desert conservation plan & Davidson Canyon Natural Preserve -- Biological stress assessment: an overview discussion of issues and concerns -- An overview of Pima County's watersheds and watercourses -- Cienega Rincon Valley subarea: cultural and historical resources inventory report.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2000-05

Provides a brief summary of a compilation of resource investigations what have been submitted so far, to help develop the SDCP within the watershed planning area of Western Pima County. Biological stress assessment: an overview discussion of issues and concerns -- An overview of Pima County's watersheds and watercourses -- Western Pima County subarea: cultural and historical resources inventory report: draft -- Western Pima County watershed sub-area report.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2000-05

Provides a brief summary of a compilation of resource investigations that have been submitted so far, to help develop the SDCP within the watershed planning area of the Upper Santa Cruz Valley. Biological stress assessment: an overview discussion of issues and concerns -- An overview of Pima County's watersheds and watercourses -- Upper Santa Cruz Valley subarea: cultural and historical resources inventory report: first draft -- Upper Santa Cruz Watershed sub-area report.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2000-05

Pima County is blessed with a rich and varying record of human settlement over the 11,000 years representing prehistoric, Spanish Colonial, Mexican-American in our history. The County's archaeological site is the building of structure with traditional cultural values and historic landscapes are all nonrenewable cultural resources. Preserving cultural and historic resources in Arizona / Jim Garrison -- Cultural significance and the land in Pima County / Joe Joaquin -- A landscape perspective on archaeology in Pima County / Paul Fish -- Cultural and historic resources: taking a broad view / Tom King.

Contributors
Garrison, James W., Joaquin, Joseph T., Fish, Paul R., et al.
Created Date
1999-10-16

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