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Local Support for a Santa Cruz Valley National Heritage Area

State officials:

Governor Janet Napolitano, July 6, 2004
Margie Emmermann, Director of the Arizona Office of Tourism

Local governments and tribes:

Pima County Board of Supervisors, Resolution No. 2003-88, May 13, 2003
Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors, Resolution No. 2003-18, May 27, 2003
City of Nogales, Resolution No. R2003-05-007, June 4, 2003
Town of Sahuarita, Resolution 2003-57, September 8, 2003
Town of Oro Valley, Resolution No. (R)03-81, September 17, 2003
Town of Marana, October 27, 2003
Town of Patagonia, Resolution No. 03-21, November 12, 2003
City of Tucson, Resolution No. 19726, November 24, 2003
Pima Association of Governments Regional Council, December 17, 2003
City of South Tucson, Resolution No. 04-39, October 18, 2004
Dallas Massey, Tribal Chairman, White Mountain Apache Tribe, August 10, 2004
San Xavier District Council, Tohono O'odham Nation, September 21, 2004
Vivian Juan-Saunders, Chairwoman, Tohono O'odham Nation, November 30, 2004
Herminia Frias, Chairwoman, Pascua Yaqui Tribe, February 2, 2005

Federal and state land and park managers:

Ann Rasor, Superintendent, Tumacácori National Historical Park
Joe Martinez, Acting Manager, Tubac Presidio State Historic Park
Shela McFarlin, Bureau of Land Management, Tucson Field Office
John McGee, Forest Supervisor, Coronado National Forest
Neil Donkersley, Park Manager, Catalina State Park
Sarah Craighead, Superintendent, Saguaro National Park

Agencies and organizations promoting tourism and regional economic growth:

Arizona Office of Tourism
Arizona Tourism Alliance
Downtown Tucson Partnership
Gadsden Company
Green Valley - Sahuarita Chamber of Commerce
Marana Chamber of Commerce
Metropolitan Pima Alliance
Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau
Nogales Community Development
Nogales-Santa Cruz County Chamber of Commerce
Patagonia Area Business Association
Santa Cruz Tourism Council
Southern Arizona Homebuilders Association
Southern Arizona Lodging & Resort Association
Tubac Chamber of Commerce
Tucson Airport Authority
Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities, Inc.

Groups and nonprofits involved in historic preservation, nature conservation, and environmental education:

Anza Trail Coalition of Arizona
Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society
Arizona Archaeological Council
Arizona Historical Society
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
Arizona State Museum
Center for Desert Archaeology
Dragoon Mountains Spanish Barbs
Empire Ranch Foundation
Friends of the Santa Cruz River
Menlo Park Neighborhood Association
Pimería Alta Historical Society
Santa Cruz River Alliance
Sonoran Institute
The Nature Conservancy in Arizona
Tohono Chul Park
Tucson Audubon Society
Tubac Center for the Arts
Tubac Historical Society
Tucson-Pima County Historical Commission
Tucson Presidio Trust for Historic Preservation
University of Arizona Preservation Studies Program
University of Arizona Southwest Center
WestWordVision, Patagonia

Ranchers, Farmers, and Agricultural Businesses:

Daniel Bell, ZZ Cattle Co., Santa Cruz County
Duncan and Susan Blair, La Chamba Livestock, Santa Cruz County
Kent Callaghan, Callaghan Vineyards, Santa Cruz County
Leo J. Cox, Charron Vineyards, Santa Cruz County
Mac Donaldson, Empire Ranch, Pima County
Dr. Gordon Dutt, Sonoita Vineyards, Santa Cruz County
John Kai, Pima County
Herbert Kai, Pima County
Stewart Loew, Agua Linda Farm, Santa Cruz County
Arthur Ocheltree, Arizona Vineyards
David Parsons, Lazy RR Ranch, Santa Cruz County
Arthur Pacheco, Jr., Pima County
Dan Post, Post’s Feed & Supply, Pima County
John Rueb, Forever Yong Farm, Pima County
J. Anthony Sedgwick, Santa Fe Ranch, Santa Cruz County
Dick and Nan Walden, Farmers Investment Company, Pima County
and Rancho Soñado, Santa Cruz County
 
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