Who are the "Kids of Canoa?"

Anyone who  lived in the Canoa Heritage Area between the ages of infant to 24 years old
1919-today is one of the Kids of Canoa.

  If you're over 100 years of age, we want to hear from you NOW!"

     Our goal is to connect the generations of "Kids of Canoa"  to learn what has changed and what has stayed the same.


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Friends of Canoa Heritage Foundation

serves the rural populations in the 335,000 acres that was once a part of the Historic Canoa Ranch empire, Tribal and neighboring communities in the Canoa Heritage Area.

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Contact (520-289-3940 or inspired@VisitCanoa.com

Get Connected!

on the  Kids of Canoa Registry!

     Ranching empires in southern Arizona didn't stop at the Historic Canoa Ranch.  In fact the area ranchers often helped each other during round up, and braceros from Mexico worked together during war times to assist in getting the job done.  When needed, they all helped each other.

     In the spirit of working together with the common purpose of preserving our heritage, and sustaining our communities in the Canoa Heritage Area.    We'd like to continue the tradition!

Register today!  Questions? Contact (520)-289-3940 or inspired@VisitCanoa.com


Friends of Canoa Heritage Foundation




Friends of Canoa does not accept, or solicit contributions on behalf of Pima County for the Historic Canoa Ranch property.

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