While people have become geographically dispersed, many still see themselves as belonging to Los Haro and maintain a strong connection and a deep affection for their hometown, making this a truly "transnational" community.
The Los Haro Summer Camp program has as one of its goals to connect today's youth, both those growing up in the rancho itself, as well as those living elsewhere, to their community's rich historical and cultural heritage.
A history of Los Haro, and its more than 50-year connection to Napa, was published in Mexico in 2006: "Santos, Duraznos y Vino," written by Sandra Nichols. An English version is in production, titled "Saints, Peaches and Wine: Mexican Migrants and the Transformation of Los Haro, Zacatecas and Napa, California." (Click on the link to Los Haro and Napa for a description.)