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All work has been done by volunteers committed to the recognition and preservation of historic landscapes. Much of the work has been completed by students under the supervision of members of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

The 2012 and 2013 surveys of Boyce Thompson Southwestern Arboretum (Superior), El Tiradito Shrine (Tucson), The Arizona Inn (Tucson), and Faraway Ranch (Wilcox) can be accessed at the Library of Congress.

Until they are uploaded to the Library of Congress, 2014 New Deal surveys prepared by students from the University of Arizona and Arizona State University can be accessed here:

The Tucson Plant Materials Center (Tucson); Tumacácori National Historic Park (Santa Cruz County); Phoenix Historic Homesteads (Phoenix); Prescott Armory Historic District (Prescott); Colossal Cave Mountain Park (Vail); South Mountain Park Entry Complex (Phoenix); and Kinishba Ruins (Fort Apache).

In addition, Arizona State University students have created a brochure with brief descriptions of every site we have surveyed in the past three years.  It can be downloaded here.


Send an email to for more information about HALS, including dates of upcoming trainings, events and survey projects.  We can also be reached by mail at

                         Gina Chorover, HALS Liaison


                         30 North Third Avenue, Suite 200

                         Phoenix, Arizona 85003

                             El Presidio Plaza, Tucson, Arizona

                  Kinishba Ruins, White Mountain Apache Reservation