"Approaching Grand Canyon", AZ, USA
"Approaching Grand Canyon", AZ, USA View from helicopter. Year 2015 The cost of the print split: For prints (I recommend this option): 50%: I will send to non-profit charity org "Grand Canyon Trust" 25%: for print and delivery 25%: for site, taxes, travel For digital copy: 70%: I will send to non-profit "Grand Canyon Trust" 30%: for site, taxes, travel All prints will have photographer signature, serial number and good wishes. You can choose print size or order digital copy. Why matter: We travel. We make a footprint on planet. We take our cameras. We shot... And we leave. We get our portion of praise from ourselves and our friends. Yet the place we left get nothing. I'm starting the movement #pichange when people who love photography can return back some help to places with people who like photographer's photo. World is inter-dependent. Life is fab.
Print & Packaging
If you are ordering the Print - this photo will be printet on matt paper, with added sticker on the back for name, number and photographer's signature.
Depending on your location, delivery may take some time. Delivery is included into price and to make sure Charity will get the share of your purchase, delivery will be executed with reliable, yet economy variant.
If you'd like your print is delivered earlier - you can additionally write us about that.
Alternatively digital copy will arrive to you almost immediatly after purchase.
About this charity
A Brief History of the Grand Canyon Trust
The Trust was established in 1985 by Arizona Governor Bruce Babbitt and other leading conservationists to work on natural resource issues affecting the Grand Canyon. Soon after, Executive Director Ed Norton and Trustee Stewart Udall made an impassioned plea that issues do not stop at the boundaries of the Park, and that the Trust should be an advocate for both the Grand Canyon and the surrounding Colorado Plateau. The suggestion was adopted and Grand Canyon Trust emerged as a leading regional conservation organization, with offices across the Plateau and extensive connections among policymakers, land managers, scientists, and community leaders.
Today, we employ a professional staff of 27, encompassing a wide range of skills from biology and forestry to economics and law. We have 25 committed Trustees, a national membership of more than 4,000, and an active seasonal volunteer workforce of more than 450 people who assist with conservation projects.
The mission of the Grand Canyon Trust is to protect and restore the Colorado Plateau — its spectacular landscapes, flowing rivers, clean air, diversity of plants and animals, and areas of beauty and solitude.
We work toward creating a region where generations of people and all of nature can thrive in harmony. Our vision for the Colorado Plateau 100 years from now has three key facets:
- The region is still characterized by vast open spaces with restored, healthy natural areas and habitat for all native plants and animals.
- Human communities enjoy a sustaining relationship with the natural environment.
- People who live and visit here are willing, enthusiastic stewards of the region’s natural resources and beauty.