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Newsletter Funding
Diablo Trust is proud of our continued community education, primarily through our newsletter, Ground Truth, which is published three times a year and distributed to over 1200 recipients via email and USPS, in addition to being found in multiple local Flagstaff businesses.

We always have at least two feature articles, covering topics like conservation ethics on the ranches, interesting wildlife in the area, local businesses who benefit from the public lands, and the lifecycle of a cow!

Regular segments in Ground Truth include a look at rangeland plants, an overview of interesting wildlife, book reviews from the Diablo Trust book club, an introduction to new community members, an update from one of our participating ranches, calendar event reviews, humorous essays by an outdoorsman, and some words of wisdom from a cowboy on the Flying M Ranch!

With more funding, we will be able to educate more people in Flagstaff and the surrounding area about the facts and benefits of sustainable cattle ranching, holistic resource management, and collaborative land management. We are an educational group, and this newsletter (and our blog) are some of our most popular ways to educate the public!
Goal: $6,000.00
0% Funded

Support FlagShakes!
by Juanita Heyerman
This summer the Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival will be producing three plays with the overarching theme of Flesh and Blood: The Tempest, The Taming of the Shrew, and Titus Andronicus. We choose our plays based on the needs of the community and aim for diversity: indoors, outdoors, family-friendly, romantic, lusty, adventurous. Expect the unexpected, Flagstaff!
Goal: $400.00
29% Funded

Family Advocate
by Kimberly Montoya
Hi, my name is Kimberly Montoya and I am honored to be working as a Family Advocate at New Life Center! Just a couple of facts to share 1 in 3 women experience sexual assault or domestic violence at some point in their lives. Also , 1 IN 6 MEN experience sexual abuse before the age of 18. 65% OF VICTIMS who come forward say no one helped them. Silence and lack of knowledge about domestic violence and sexual assault play a large part in why they persist. Simply wanting to help is a huge step toward ending the shame and stigma that survivors are burdened with. Help us make a difference with a small donation toward our organization! Anything helps! Thank you!
Goal: $1,000.00
0% Funded