The "Evolution of Canoa" art/history display is located at the Canoa Ranch Rest Areas on I-19 just south of Green Valley. 

Twelve interpretive panels feature highlights of history and fun facts of Canoa.

 

Each panel has a much bigger story than we could share in this display.

 

 Click on images for quick links,  videos, and contributing resources.

See something we missed or have a story to share?  Contact us or submit your story on our blog.

 

A special thank you to all of the experts and contributors to this project!

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SOUTHERN ARIZONA’S NEWEST ATTRACTION!

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We're still making history!

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Attractions of Canoa
Archaeology of Canoa
Tohono Oodham
Pascua Yaqui (Yoeme)
Spanish and European influence.
Mexican Era
Historic Canoa Ranch
Agriculture, Canoa Grown
Wildlife of Canoa
MINING of Canoa
Railroads of Canoa
Astronomy and dark sky viewing
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Celebrating 10 Years of Service, Canoa!

Click on PDF to read what life was like in the Canoa Heritage Area and surrounding communities!

From left:  David Tenario, Phyllis Valenzuela, Joseph Joaquin, Alice Sahmie, Jerry Carlyle, Tony Burrell, Richard Tellez, Joe Gastelo.

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All contributions stay in the community!

Friends of Canoa Heritage Foundation

520-289-3940

inspired@VisitCanoa.com

Notice: 

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

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