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Grand Canyon Trust

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The Grand Canyon Trust is a regional, non-profit conservation organization committed to protecting and restoring the Colorado Plateau. The group focuses on seven major issues: air quality and energy; forests; landscape protection; rangelands; species conservation; water; and Native America.[1]

Trustees

Accessed October 2008: [2]

Honorary Trustees

Trustees On Leave Of Absence

Targeted coal plant proposals

Group details

Location: Flagstaff, AZ
Group website: Grand Canyon Trust
Contact: Roger Clark, rclark [at] grandcanyontrust.org

Resources

References

  1. About Us, Grand Canyon Trust, accessed February 2008.
  2. Trustees, Grand Canyon Trust, accessed October 5, 2008.

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