Volunteer at Fairbank Schoolhouse!

Fairbank Schoolhouse

Fairbank Schoolhouse

It’s so isolated out there! It’s too far! It’s too boring! Those are reasons I hear from volunteers about not working at the Schoolhouse. I find them pretty amazing because I have found the volunteering there to be fascinating, peaceful, and a great learning experience. I have met people from all over the world there, and they all love to talk. It is fun to watch the kids that come in and decide to play school. They are so excited! And the adults are really impressed with our museum displays and our new brochure.   Continue reading

San Pedro River – through a geologist’s eyes


The San Pedro River at Fairbank

The San Pedro River at Fairbank

The San Pedro River is Arizona’s last undammed river. Joe Cook and his colleagues at the Arizona Geological Survey recently mapped the extent of Holocene channel and floodplain alluvium there. This 122-mile map story from the US-Mexico Frontier to Winkelman, Arizona, shows you the San Pedro River Valley as seen through the eyes of a geologist.

View the story map of the San Pedro River!

Your support matters – consider a year-end gift!

Thanks to those of you who renewed as members in 2014 or stepped up with a gift to support the Friends of the San Pedro River!

Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone.  Many gifts were bought for friends and family.  As the holidays approach, there is still a chance to give yourself a gift – the San Pedro River!

Please consider a year-end gift to the Friends of the San Pedro River.  

It’s easy.  Donate Online via PayPal or print the Remittance Form to send in your gift today of $50, $100, or whatever amount is right for you.  Also, look for our year-end fundraising appeal in your mail soon.