To preserve and provide for the scenic quality of the area and to establish and maintain the park and open space areas.
To protect the natural habitat in order to preserve the biological diversity of the area.
To do all things necessary and desirable to protect the health and well being of our members and the native flora and fauna.
Desert Bloom Pot Luck Picnic
April 20, 2019
11 AM - 1 PM
Brown Mountain Picnic Area
Please a friend plus a springtime dish or dessert to share!
RSVP ASAP via email to email@example.com
Interstate 11 UPDATE: WE NEED YOUR VOICE as the proposed route is Avra Valley west of the Tucson Mountains!
There will be two meetings in Tucson: May 8, 3-8 PM at the Tucson Convention Center and May 11, 11 AM - 4 PM at the Marana High School Cafeteria. Only 70 speaker spots are available at each meeting and you must sign up to speak: http://origin.i11study.com/Arizona/Meetings.asp
This link is where you can go to review documents and submit comments.
TMA has adopted Painted Hills Park — Our first 'Clean-Up' is on Sat. May 4, 2019, 8-10 AM
Come out and have some fun as we work to help keep Painted Hills Park debris free. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
A film by TMA member Thomas Wiewandt. Click here to order your copies and earn a donation for TMA.
Watch for wildlife. This is the time of year for lots of wildlife activity. Please be aware and drive carefully. We love our Tucson Mountains wildlife.