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Learning from a Humble Hopi Farmer

Leonard works to preserve Hopi tribal food and agricultural systems as a bulwark against climate change.

Grand Canyon Trust Report to Donors 2013

I edited the GCT Report to Donors coordinating with staff, photographers, and the graphic designer.

Press Release: “Zombie” Grand Canyon Uranium Mine Halted

Operations to open the Canyon uranium mine six miles south of Grand Canyon National Park have been suspended.

Zombie Mines on the Colorado Plateau

A zombie mine is a mine that has been shut down, but can be allowed to resume operations with no modifications to outdated plans of operation; no new environmental review.

Action Alert: Protect the Colorado River Basin from runaway dirty energy development

We need your help protecting the Colorado River Basin from runaway dirty energy development.

Bicycle Hymn of the Republicans

Since posting my parts 1 and 2 of my experiences lobbying my elected representatives, a few people have asked, once again, why cycling is perceived as a partisan issue.

The Accidental Advocate – Part 2

My partner in advocacy and I make ten visits to congressional offices, a mixture of scheduled meetings with staff, and unscheduled flybys where we merely drop off a thin information packet.

The Accidental Advocate – Part 1

It’s dawning on me that the Arizona delegation is likely going to be only myself, and the delegate from Bedrock City. And she is too short for me to hide behind.

Case Study: The Patricia M. Sitar Center for the Arts

Sitar Center worked with Ted Johnson to think through how it could use technology practically and strategically to accomplish its mission more effectively.

Nonprofit Website Scenarios

Scenarios of developing and maintaining a website that are common to small- and medium-sized nonprofit organizations.

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