From all of us at the Arizona Wilderness Coalition, we wish you, your family
and your friends a happy holiday season! We also ask that as you near the
end of 2003 you keep the Arizona Wilderness Coalition in mind. Support from
generous friends like you has enabled the Coalition to work hard to protect
Arizonaís remaining wild public lands and
waters. Unfortunately, there is always more work to be done. We need your
help to provide lasting protection for Arizona's existing and vulnerable wilderness
Click here to find out how to donate
We hope your homes are filled with the warmth of family and friends...and
thank you for your continuing support of Arizona's wilderness.
|Issue 4, Winter 2003-04
|OUT OF THE BLUE…
Season for Hope
setbacks in a bleak Administration, wilderness protection is alive
and well in Arizona. AWC Director Don Hoffman shares some end-of-the-year
wilderness wisdom. Read more…
Wilderness...oh yeah. That's that place where I'll get eaten
by a bear, where I'm locked out of doing anything fun, and where
that big geyser blows every 10 minutes, right? WRONG. Confused
about what's wilderness and what's not? Read
|WILDERNESS TO WATCH
A Haven for Wildlife...and Trash
The Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge contains the largest
refuge wilderness area in the lower 48. But its close proximity
to the border has left it a dumping ground for illegal immigrants
and drug runners. Read more...
|SPECIAL FEATURE: The Wild Colorado River
|BOOK OF THE SEASON
|SUPPORT THE ARIZONA WILDERNESS COALITION
Help, We CAN Protect Our Wildlands for the Future.
The AWC appreciates the very
generous financial support that we receive from private
foundations and individuals. With your generous support,
we are poised to do some very significant and exciting work
on behalf of wilderness protection. However, fundraising
remains an immediate priority.
Private foundations, large
donors, and individuals may make tax-deductible donations
through our fiscal sponsor, The Wilderness Society. Please
make your checks payable to "The Wilderness Society"
and send them to:
P.O. Box 529
Alpine, AZ 85920
make note on the memo line of your check "For Arizona
Or contact our director's office directly at: Don
Hoffman, AWC Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Or telephone: (928) 339-4426.