April 26 SALT seminar on environmental changes in the U.S. since 1492

Imagine the Superstitions area, the broader Sonoran Desert and the diversity of environments across America when Columbus first set foot on this continent in 1492. Art Wirtz, former district ranger for the Mesa District of Tonto National Forest, will take a very broad perspective as he discusses how man has impacted the lower 48 states […]

Superstition Area Land Trust has new brochure

To complement our new logo, Superstition Area Land Trust has developed a colorful and informative brochure. It documents the beauty of the Superstition Foothills and emphasizes the need for conservation now. Our brochure reinforces our mission statement, “To conserve the natural Sonoran Desert open spaces surrounding the Superstition Wilderness Area for this and future generations.” […]

Mexican wolf recovery topic of Dec. 14 SALT Speakers Series

Did Mexican Wolves once roam the Superstitions? Might they do so in the future? An overview and update of the Mexican wolf recovery effort will be presented by Field Team Leader Kent Laudon of the Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Program at a presentation in the Superstition Area Land Trust Speakers Series “The Superstitions: Part of […]

Reptiles and rainforests in the November speakers series

While the November presentations in the SALT Speakers Series cosponsored by the Superstition Area Land Trust and the Apache Junction Parks and Recreation Department are very different, they both fit nicely into this year’s theme of “The Superstitions: Part of the Whole.” The talks will begin at 6:30 p.m. in Room No. B-117 of the […]