What will we be thanked for 7 Generations from now? What is required of us in order to pass on a better world than the one we find ourselves in? What would a more beautiful world look like?

Regenerating Sonora, Inc. 501(c)(3) is living these global questions out locally as players in a worldwide localization movement. We believe the greatest potential to actualize systemic health for all is found at the community level. By advancing the development and exchange of diverse forms of local capital, we’re doing our part to see all life flourishing in the Sonoran Desert.

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Regenerating Sonora was founded to help all life flourish in the Sonora Bioregion. We’re devoted to the regeneration of human communities and natural environments. Our initial focus is the rural copper mining town of Superior,  Arizona.



With a team of experts and enthusiastic volunteers, we’re creating the Erickson Micro-Farm in the town of Superior, named after one of our first local supporters. We’ll be using “regenerative practices” to provide food, togetherness and practical education for the people of SuperiorWe are seeking funds to secure the land, purchase materials, and set up the farm for the local community to enjoy.

Watch a 2 min video about an aspect of our farming methodology


We’re about to launch a program called SenseMaker®, a remarkable way to gather stories and insights from the citizens of Superior. Through SenseMaker, we’ll create a wellspring of firsthand experience, available to everyone. This resource will help the community know itself better and guide its future development. We’re seeking funds for the software and training to implement the SenseMaker program.


We need to raise $15,000 to launch our next two projects. Your tax-deductible donation will be hugely appreciated. By giving to Regenerating Sonora, you’ll be laying foundations for a future of positive change in Superior and beyond.



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Tenth Annual Prickly Pear Festival 8/14/21

Come join us in Superior on August 14th for the 10 annual Prickly Pear Festival!