Located in one of the most beautiful areas of Southeast Arizona,
Sonoita Creek is a gift to the animals, plants and people who live there.
P.O. Box 123
Patagonia, AZ 85624
Summer 2022 Volunteer Opportunities-Join Us!
Spring Seeker Training and Field Trip
Friday, July 29 3 p.m. Virtual Training
Sunday, July 31 8 a.m. Field Trip, Patagonia Mountains
Friends of Sonoita Creek are collaborating with Sky Island Alliance to train volunteers for their Spring Seeker Program. Join us on July 29, 3 p.m. to hear from Sky Island Alliance’s Habitat Conservation Manager Sarah Truebe about the Spring Seeker Program.To sign up for the field trip and virtual training go to Eventbrite Space is limited for field trip so sign up early!
Research, Restore, Educate & Collaborate
Founded in 2004, Friends of Sonoita Creek (FOSC) works to protect and restore the water and natural habitat of Sonoita Creek and its watershed. We inform residents and visitors about the importance of Sonoita Creek to life forms and its relationship to the geography through hands-on activities, presentations, hikes, and financial support to kindred organizations.
Sonoita Creek flows a distance of 30 miles, above and below ground, southwest from Sonoita into the Santa Cruz River north of Nogales. The watershed drains 258 square miles, has unique geological features, seven biomes with a great diversity of plant and animal species, and vast natural beauty.
It is a cultural crossroads with protected ancient archaeology sites, a Spanish colonial past, and mining, ranching and railroad history.
Join in and help us in our cause and educational activities:
- Hosting guided nature bird and plant walks
- Supporting programs protecting our watershed
- Teaching our Healthy Water Education Program to students
FOSC is a non-profit organization and your donations are tax deductible.