Thank you for your help in making the Kick Off Event on Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2023 for the San Francisco River Revitalization Plan a huge success. Many participated to the success of the event. A sincere thank you goes out to every individual who helped and to those whoContinue Reading

Call for Articles + New Tourism Council members = an Opportunity to Grow the Tourism Council with some new faces and new helpers!  We have had some recent success in adding new members, but there is still a lot of work to be accomplished. Even more exciting is to watch newContinue Reading

Celebrating the San Francisco River and its valley

Recently, the Tourism Council receive a grant to develop a plan to revitalize the river and its valley. An event St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2023 will mark the Kick-off of the plan with a community celebration. All are invited to join the fun at the Clifton Soccer Field nextContinue Reading

I run a nonprofit in Safford, AZ, which does riparian habitat restoration along the Gila River, but purports to serve the entire Gila Watershed of southeastern Arizona. One of the ways we do that is by running river cleanups and water quality testing along tributaries such as the San FranciscoContinue Reading

By Steve Ahmann It is just another organization designed to frustrate you because: Besides, Greenlee County already has everything I want.  Great scenery; wide open spaces; healthy climate, air, and water; great elected officials that work hard for me; excellent schools; low taxes; wide, safe, clean streets and roads; sidewalksContinue Reading

by Akos Kovach | GTC Vice Chair Once upon a time in a land close and dear ran a river from the mountains filled with wolves, cattle and deer. It took me just a little while to embrace this huge big place, so much to see and so much toContinue Reading

I WILL NEVER AGAIN BE AS YOUNG AS I AM TODAY. By Will Collins Clichés true enough, however these two statements are facts of which I remind myself daily. This mantra starts my day with an ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE  (I love  clichés). A more positive way to look at the opportunitiesContinue Reading