Anza Trail Foundation
The Anza Trail Foundation raises visibility and promotes knowledge of the epic eighteenth century expeditions of Juan Bautista de Anza and preserves the Anza National Historic Trail through collaboration and partnering with organizations and individuals.
Anza Society, Inc.
Serving in part as the Anza Trail's citizen historians, the Anza Society Inc., is a tax exempt, 501(c)3 that celebrates the life and times of Juan Bautista de Anza (1736-1788), Presidial Captain of La Nueva España, explorer, leader of the founders of San Francisco, and Governor of New Mexico. The society hosts an annual conference to share original research.
Los Californianos ("The Californians") is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the heritage of the early Hispanic Californians in Alta California. Members conduct genealogy research and study the civil, religious, military, and cultural activities that took place in Alta California. They strive to ensure that the public is provided an accurate and authentic oral, written, and pictorial interpretation of the history of Spanish and Mexican Alta California.
Partnership for the National Trails System
Partnership for the National Trails System connects member not-for-profit trail organizations and Federal agency partners to further the protection, completion, and stewardship of the 30 National Scenic and Historic Trails within the National Trails System. The PNTS advocates on behalf of the National Trails System as a whole for land preservation and stewardship resources. Other major roles of the PNTS include the collection and dissemination of National Trails news and the development of outreach initiatives and youth programming.