“Comments on the plan and additional information are sought through March 20, 2017. The Draft Jaguar Recovery Plan is available at: https://www.fws.gov/southwest/es/arizona/Jaguar.htm or by request from Field Supervisor, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arizona Ecological Services Office, 9828 North 31st Avenue, #C3, Phoenix, AZ 85051–2517; phone 602/242-0210. Comments can be sent to this address or by email to: Jaguar_Recovery@fws.gov.”
For Immediate Release ARIVACA, ARIZONA – An Arivaca cattle rancher has captured video of about 250 undocumented immigrants and drug runners in nine months on his ranch. Jim Chilton maintains motion-activated cameras on three of many trails from Mexico crossing his ranch. He estimates there are more than 200 similar trails used by drug […]
This less-than 15-minute video was shown at the Arizona Cattle Growers Association’s 2016 convention. It highlights the ACGA’s accomplishments. We are tremendously blessed to have this outstanding organization working for us! If you are not already a member it is time to join. ACGA offers a variety of membership categories to suit your individual needs. **View the 2016 Video […]
The LOCATION HAS BEEN CHANGED TO ANIMAS HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM. Click here to view the Agenda Due to the outpouring of support for this meeting the organizers have moved it to the Animas High School Auditorium to better accommodate the expected numbers. If you haven’t already done so please RSVP so we have an accurate head […]
SACPA SPRING 2015 MEETING AND LUNCHEON RECAP Thank you!!!! Thank you to everyone who attended! Your continuing support keeps SACPA thriving. A huge thanks to our speakers, all of which took the time to prepare, travel long distances, and deliver interesting and informative presentations! Thank you Farm Bureau Financial Services for sponsoring the delicious beefy lunch! Thank you Jack Mann […]
An interactive workshop for ranchers in southern Arizona to be held March 12 at the Arivaca Community Center
We’ve posted a new article in our News and Education section about the current UofA survey of ranchers’ attitudes toward jaguars. Click here to view the page.
SACPA responded to a request for comments from the U. S. Border Patrol regarding proposed road construction in the Coronado National Forest. With these comments, SACPA also commented on the current state of border insecurity in southern Arizona. Click here to read our comments.