We believe it is time to permanently protect this beautiful, fragile, sacred and historical environment from further development and desecration. If you agree, we ask you to make a small donation to help us in our outreach. Funding is used to educate and inform the public and area stakeholders via the website, social networks, print materials, newsletters, public meetings and events.

Your support will help us achieve the goal of permanent protection status for one of earth’s great treasures, the National Forest in the Sedona-Verde Valley Red Rock Area.

You can choose to Donate using your PayPal account or If you don’t have a PayPal account, you can donate through PayPal using your credit card. If you prefer, you can send us a donation via a check, to the address shown below.

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  Sedona, Arizona 86339

 

 

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Thank you! Your Tax Deductible Donation will go to the Coalition for the Permanent Protection of the National Forests in the Sedona-Verde Valley Red Rock Area. This dedicated fund is managed by Save Our Ancient RedRocks (SOAR) – a 501c3 nonprofit organization that supports the Coalition’s efforts to preserve and permanently protect the extraordinary and beautiful mountains, forests, antiquities and watersheds in and around the Sedona-Verde Valley region.

Funds in excess of the need to establish a National Monument will be dedicated to trail maintenance and repair within the Red Rock National Forest area via SOAR’s participation in Sedona Chamber of Commerce Trail Keepers Program. We share the responsibility with 24 other local organizations and/or residents to help protect and maintain the 300-plus miles of trails for future generations to enjoy.

 

To be whole. To be complete. Wildness reminds us what it means to be human, what we are connected to rather than what we are separate from. – Terry Tempest Williams, Testimony Before the Senate Subcommittee on Forest and Public Lands Management Regarding the Utah Public Lands Management Act of 1995, July 13, 1995.