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  • Frank & Mary Boice Family Ownership, 1951-1969

    …who had been branding cows, that they drive over with her to see the film site. On nearing, someone came running over saying “you just ruined a take by driving through it.” However, when Mary Boice gave her name, they were cordially escorted to film site. There, Hal Wallace was very gracious, inviting them to dine. Mary Bowman explained her smile is strained in this photo, as she had accidentally backed up into a barrel cactus when shot was taken…

  • Vail & Gates, 1888-1909

    …northeast of Tucson. We drove the cattle east of Tucson, past the present site of the University of Arizona and over what is the “north side” now, the best residence section of the city. At that time, the foundation of the University’s first building was just being laid and it was about a mile from there to the nearest house in town. The surrounding country was covered in greasewood (creosote bush). Photo taken by Ned Vail of the cattle near the…

  • Frequently Asked Visiting Questions

    …iday, 8am-4pm. Information is also provided on the BLM Las Cienegas NCA website. Frequently asked questions about visiting Las Cienegas National Conservation Area (LCNCA) How do I get to the LCNCA and the Empire Ranch? Click here for directions and a map. Do I need a permit to visit LCNCA? Permits are generally not required to visit the National Conservation Area. However, commercial, competitive, and large organized group events require a special…

  • Map & Directions

    …Go east on I-10 and exit at Route 83 (scenic highway) Proceed south on Route 83 approximately 18 miles to the paved gravel road on your left between mile post 40 and 39. Watch for brown Historic Empire Ranch sign on the right side of the highway. Turn east (left) onto paved road and follow for 3 miles to the Empire Ranch House on your left. From Sonoita Go north on Route 83 for 6.6 miles, to the paved gravel road on your right between milepost 39…

  • Hours, Map & Directions

    …ly dirt with uneven surfaces that can be challenging for some mobility scooters. While often providing serenity and quiet, several times during the year special events are hosted by the Empire Ranch Foundation including a Fall Cowboy Festival, Horse Trail Rides, western movies, and educational outreach events for youth. More information on these activities can be found on our Event Calendar. View Larger Map Directions from Tucson Go east on I-10 a…

  • Youth Education

    …from 2007-2014 under the direction of Dr. Gail Corkill. WATG was a member site of Hands on the Land – a national network of field classrooms connecting students, teachers, and parents to their public lands and waterways. The Empire Ranch Foundation, in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management – Tucson Field Office, provided hands-on, minds-on outdoor classroom experiences for schools and youth organizations, teen engaged service learning pr…

  • Recognition & Awards

    …of Arizona’s Most Endangered Historic Places 2007 Hands on the Land Member Site Designation 2007 Bureau of Land Management Outstanding voluntary service in the conservation and protection of heritage resources on America’s public lands 2003 Bureau of Land Management Dedicated contribution to the Sonoita Valley Planning Partnership and Las Cienegas Resource Management Plan 2003 Tucson-Pima County Historical Commission Honoring long-term collaborati…

  • Newsletter Articles – Topic Index

    …m Envisioned, May 2001, p. 1 Master Plan for Empire Ranch Western Heritage Site and Educational Center Takes Shape, Feb 2001, p. 3 Progress in Planning for the Empire, Nov 2000, p. 3 See also EVENTS See also HERITAGE TRAIL See also PRESERVATION & RESTORATION Art Shows See EVENTS Buildings See PRESERVATION & RESTORATION EMPIRE RANCH FOUNDATION Activities & Achievements Thanks!, March 2021 , p. 1 President’s Message, June/Sept 2020, p. 1 Happy New Y…

  • Preservation Projects

    …mpleted 2019) Preparation of an updated and expanded Empire Ranch Historic Site listing in National Register of Historic Places (submitted to BLM in 2018) Rehabilitation of the Empire Ranch House (2016-2018) Installation of two ADA-accessible paved parking spaces at the front of the public restrooms (2017) Refurbishment of the public restrooms to mitigate erosion (2017) Split duct heating and cooling system installed in the Huachuca House (2017) S…