We don't exist without our members, but even if you can't be in the field with us, you can still support us!
Your donation allows us to connect people and create partnerships around our region, Arizona, and the Southwest.
We run conservation projects with partners, seeking the most constructive solutions.
PO Box 3058
Flagstaff, AZ 86003
When you donate to the Diablo Trust, you are supporting:
- a national, state and local award winning, goal-directed, group providing for open space, watershed health and dark skies on a 426,000-acre working landscape;
- a land management team engaged in an uniquely cooperative process involving ranchers, environmentalists, university professors & researchers, students, local, state & federal agencies, elected officials and other interested citizens;
- science & monitoring projects designed to provide information of value to researchers, land managers and the historic working ranches that are responsible for the day-to-day stewardship of our land;
- education & communication projects designed to disseminate knowledge about healthy rangeland stewardship and cooperative conservation practices;
- land improvement projects, such as almost 80,000 acres of wildlife habitat and watershed restoration, installation of antelope friendly fencing and juniper removal to restore grasslands;
- the exploration of a wide-range of sustainability issues, including the use of alternative energy sources and the establishment of a 'living laboratory' for assessing the feasibility of growing and marketing local foods.
Diablo Trust Newsletter "Ground Truth"
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Diablo Trust's newsletter, Ground Truth, is published every four months and is distributed free of charge to over 1,200 public lands and rangeland stakeholders in 37 states and Washington, DC. The newsletter is distributed via both the USPS and email. Nearly 75% of the recipients live in Arizona, and more than half live in Coconino County. Ground Trust strives to be the central voice for open space news and views in northern Arizona, and with your help that is attainable. Your name will reach hundreds of interested, passionate parties in our region and will help bring smart, collaborative ranch and range management information to the public.