The ATCA values integrity, mutual respect, excellence and constructive criticism. We are committed to our members and partners realizing without them we cease to exist. We commit to our projects and focus on driving them to completion. We are accountable to our members, donors, partners, and volunteers.
An organization whose purpose is to educate the public about the historical significance of the Anza Trail and to provide support services for the Arizona section of the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail
Connie Williams, Secretary
Earl Wilson, Director
Jerry Behn, Trail Boss
Karol Stubbs, President, VP Membership
Ken Veal, Treasurer
Michael Dunn, Director
We are a Non-Profit organization 501(c)(3) dedicated to the restoration and maintenance, protection and interpretation of the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail. Our membership driven corporation was founded August, 1992 in Santa Cruz County, Arizona. The Anza Trail Coalition of Arizona (ATCA) is re-establishing a contiguous segment of the Anza Trail through Arizona on land and by car.
The ATCA is a 100% volunteer organization. That means we have no paid employees so 99% of our funding goes directly to trail acquisition, maintenance, and public outreach such as Anza Days in October.
Partnering with county businesses, local land owners, the National Park Service, BLM, AZ State Parks and other agencies, members and volunteers of the ATCA provide interpretive information at events, renovate trail sections, re-establish and clear trail segments, install signage as well as host events along the National Historic Trail.
Current ATCA Bylaws Bylaws.
Our work has expanded this year to include a revised organizational metrics (view past version) which allows us to measure our successes and monitor our areas for improvement. Feedback is always welcome.
2007-2016 Anza Trail Coalition of Arizona, Inc | est.1992 | ph:520.841.6944