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The Board | Tucson Presidio Trust For Historic Preservation
Rick Collins -Vice-Presidentrcollins@biocom.arizona.edu
Rick Collins just completed six years of service at the TPT Board President and now continues service as a Vice President.
He has been active with TPT since 2006.
has been a volunteer for most of his
adult life with organizations including the Red Cross
, Arizona State Parks
, the Southern Arizona Rescue Association
, the Arizona Historical Society
and the National Park Service
At Saguaro National Park, Rick acted as the volunteer coordinator for backcountry patrol, ran the volunteer response team, a search and rescue and back country volunteer ranger unit, and mule packed for the fire crew.
Rick was also on the Chiricahua Surrender Centennial Council which brought the Chiricahua tribe back to Arizona for the first time in 100 years and organized the 75 mile surrender march.
has organized and interpreted various historic units and events.
He currently serves as the volunteer coordinator for living history programs in Southern Arizona for the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail.
Historical Sites of Arizona
Rick Collins: Life and War on ...
Rick Collins: Life and War on the Edge of the Spanish Frontier
President of the Tucson Presidio Trust for Historic Preservation, has been a National Park Ranger and long time volunteer for years.
interest in life on the Spanish Colonial frontier army resulted in designing and creating costumes for the Anza National Historic Trail.
volunteers in the Spanish Colonial collection of the Arizona Historical Society
, and guides the efforts of the Tucson Presidio Trust
to preserve and showcase Tucson history at the Presidio San Agustin del Tucson.
: Life and War on the Edge of the Spanish Frontier was last modified: February 15th, 2016 by mcbai0
Heritage Alliance Celebrates 10 Years | Santa Cruz Valley Heritage Alliance
8/8/13 Heritage Speaker Series - Rick Collins, President of the Tucson Presidio Trust for Historic Preservation presents "Life and War on the Edge: Living on the Spanish Colonial Frontier"
Museum Association of Arizona - 2013 MAA Professional Recognition Awards
Before I retired from the Arizona Historical Society, I facilitated a grant for the Arizona Military Museum to hire Spanish Colonial military re-enactor and expert researcher Rick Collins to create an exhibit with replica uniforms and weapons that has no equal at any museum in the state.