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March, 2017 - Wildflowers are blooming. Spring has arrived in the desert. It's time to get out and enjoy it! We have posted some pointers to help you find the best places for wildflower viewing.
The Conservancy also has several more guided hikes this season. You are almost certain to see many wildflowers on these hikes!
We are really excited to report that our long awaited trailhead is much closer to becoming a reality. The Fountain Hills Town Council approved the final design for the trailhead at its February 16th meeting. Bids for the project are due for award in June. It is hoped the project will be completed by the end of 2017 or at the latest the first quarter of 2018. The trailhead will be located at the end of Eagle Ridge Drive at the head of Adero Canyon. It will provide access to scenic overlooks, preserve trails and for hikers and cyclists alternative routes to access trails in the McDowell Mountain Regional Park and the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.
- March 11 - Ethnobiology Hike
- March 17 - Wildflower Hike
- March 22 - Barnhardt Trail to Waterfall
- April 5 - Mt. Ord
Thanks to our stewards, trailblazers, other volunteers, supporters and hikers for making this another great season for the Sonoran Conservancy of Fountain Hills. Our trailblazers continue their work on developing and maintaining our preserve trails every Saturday morning. Our stewards and hike leaders have made our guided hikes a great success. And, of course, our supporters help make all our activities possible.
So come on out and work and play with us. And, for an easy way to support us, go to https://smile.amazon.com and designate the Sonoran Conservancy of Fountain Hills as your designated charity. For every order you place on Amazon, through smile.amazon.com, Amazon will send a donation to us (at no cost to you).
Fall 2015 - Andrew-Kinsey trail now open, Adero Canyon trail, trail helpers, become a member
Winter 2017 - The conservancy new trailhead