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Patagonia Area Resource Alliance is hosting a free community event on May 4

Come celebrate our region's rich biodiversity and thriving nature based restorative economy with us.


This free community celebration will kick off with an Endangered Species Parade, featuring 3-D models of local animals and plants created by youth under the guidance of biodiversity experts, teachers and artists. Together we'll voice our concerns about environmental changes and dance to release grief, fortifying ourselves for an uncertain future. Throughout the day, explore climate change solutions and enjoy local music.

Patagonia Area Resource Alliance (PARA) is a grassroots, community-driven nonprofit dedicated to the preservation and protection of the Patagonia Mountains and the Sonoita Creek Watershed from the impacts of 21st century industrialized mining. Funded in 2011 by six Patagonia residents, PARA is a citizen watchdog organization that monitors the activities of both exploratory and mining companies and government (State and Federal) agencies.

  • Saturday, May 4 / 12-5 pm

  • Patagonia Town Park, Patagonia, AZ

Learn more about Patagonia Area Resource Alliance

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