WTMC Newsletter

June 2017 issue

  • Nancy Martin Earns Featured Steward Recognition
  • Chris Reed Logs 140 hours
  • Tails from the Trails
  • Volunteer Coordinator Highlights CAZCA
  • Park Supervisor Heads to Montana
  • Ranger Justin Williams Aims to Create New Footprints 
  • Tales from the Trail: Invisible Leashes and Rattlesnake Sniffers!
  • 2017 White Tank Mountains Plant Inventory Update
  • Colorado, The Flying Horse Makes Appearance at Skyline – A True Arizona Story!
  • Tales from the Trail: Sunrise, Petroglyphs, and Plants
  • Skyline Popular Hiking Destination
  • White Tank Mountains Conservancy: Destination Arizona

March 2017 issue

  • WTMC Featured on YurView
  • Ancient Agriculture and Heirloom Seeds
  • Budding Botanists Continue Work
  • Steward Update
  • Guess Who is Stepping Up
  • Featured Conservancy Steward: Cindy Smith
  • Rudy Rascal Roadrunner to Zoom into the White Tanks
  • Steward Celebration Recognition

December 2016 issue

  • Conservancy Leadership Launches Charter Membership Advisory Council
  • Steward Education and Volunteerism 2016 Recap
  • Skyline to Celebrate First Anniversary on January 14
  • The White Tank Mountains Quietly Waiting
  • Conservancy Announces Speaker’s Series at White Tank Mountain Regional Park
  • Botanists Share Accomplishments
  • Education and Outreach Committee Reviews 2016
  • Kids Write and Draw Choose Mountain/Conservancy Mascot

September 2016 issue

  • Conservancy Leaders Honored
  • Supporting West Valley Teachers Through Field Trips
  • Outreach programs emerging and Evolving
  • Skyline Regional Park Adds Five Miles of Trails
  • Orientation for Steward Class III to Be Saturday, October 22
  • Bilby Surveys the White Tanks and the Surrounding Area in 1910
  • Volunteer Needs

May 2016 issue

  • Skyline Regional Park Desert Plant Hike
  • Have You Seen Us?
  • Stewards in Training
  • One Day as a Budding Botanist
  • Mysterious White Tank Mountaintop Lights Generate Stir in 1920s