History

27 – Biological surveys (2014)

27 – Biological surveys (2014)

(This is a part of a series of gleanings from the history of CRC’s 30 years of work; additional posts available here.) Occasionally CRC has supported worthy biological surveys. In July 2013, CRC contributed to a USFS Bird Survey Project. Scientists and local birders, including the Friends of Cave Creek Canyon, initiated a bird survey with…

26 – Workshop (2014)

26 – Workshop (2014)

(This is a part of a series of gleanings from the history of CRC’s 30 years of work; additional posts available here.) In February and November 2014, CRC President Wynne Brown  participated in a “Help Shape the Future of Outdoor Recreation in the Sky Islands” workshop at the request of then-Douglas District Ranger Kevin Warner that…

25 – Book (2014)

25 – Book (2014)

(This is a part of a series of gleanings from the history of CRC’s 30 years of work; additional posts available here.) In 2014, CRC participated as authors and artists in the creation of the award-winning book Cave Creek Canyon: Revealing the Heart of Arizona’s Chiricahua Mountains, which was co-edited by Wynne Brown, current CRC President,…

23 – Heritage Days (2013)

23 – Heritage Days (2013)

(This is a part of a series of gleanings from the history of CRC’s 30 years of work; additional posts available here.) Recognizing the community value of Heritage Days––founded and organized by Kim Vacariu––CRC has been pleased to give financial support to the event, starting about 10 years ago. CRC Board Members have participated in Heritage…

21 – Permits (2010)

(This is a part of a series of gleanings from the history of CRC’s 30 years of work; additional posts available here.) On May 27, 2010, CRC and Peg Abbott arranged a meeting with the US Forest Service to resolve problems involving permits for guiding and research on the Forest. The FS had been denying new…