Agricultural Crafts Events

One of the Many Unique Features of the Sahuarita Pecan Festival is the Heritage Area

Don’t pass this up! The Heritage area will showcase Power from the Past, tractor pull contests, antique tractor displays, and the heritage tent where guest can learn about traditional basket weaving, and agriculture and history of the Santa Cruz River Valley. Horse-drawn wagon rides into the orchard for pecan harvest demonstrations will be available for either a food or monetary donation to the Green Valley-Sahuarita Community Food Bank.

FICO/Green Valley Pecan Company – See all the equipment the farm uses to harvest pecans.

Power from the Past

Power from the Past – Antique tractor and engine club. Come see how to make rope and old fashion ice cream! Tractor pull starts at 12pm.

Rancho Soñado – Rancho Soñado offers performance Arabians, Half-Arabians for sale and quality boarding facilities for all breeds in Amado, Arizona.

Saraficio O’Odham Baskets – O’odham baskets of all sizes & shapes.

Tohono O’odham Nation Traditional Tortillas – Fresh traditional cowboy tortillas made with whole wheat flour for sample tasting.

Heritage Area Schedule 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Tohono O'odham Nation Basket Weavers9:00 am – 5:00 pm – Heritage Tent – Come see native food crops displayed, historical photos and watch how Native American basket weaving is staying alive!
9:30 am – 4:00 pm – Community Food Bank Harvest Demonstration in the Orchard – Bring your non-perishable food items or pay $3.00 per person to enjoy the horse drawn hay wagon into the orchard to see how we harvest pecans.
12:00 pm – 4:00 pm – Power from the Past Tractor Pull