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Suze Woolf
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Meredith Meeks

Art - Kane Ranch Art retreat (2018)

Kane Ranch artist retreat

In October 2017, we gathered 12 Flagstaff artists together for a weekend at Kane Ranch, in northern Arizona. Their resulting artworks explore issues ranging from environmental injustice, to endangered species protection, to the simple beauty of the land.

See the online exhibit ›

Art - budding advocates

Budding advocates

Flagstaff high school students are putting their creative energy to good use advocating for the Colorado Plateau. Through the Trust's youth leadership program, students have created maps, murals, and short films on issues ranging from uranium mining near the Grand Canyon to the protection of Bears Ears. 

art on display

Read more about how young people are using art as a form of advocacy ›

Art - 2015 artist in residence

Art - 2015 artist in residence

2015 Artist in Residence: Suze Woolf

Watercolor artist Suze Woolf spent over 20 days at Kane Ranch in 2015, bringing the eastern edge of the Grand Canyon alive with brush and paint. During her stay, she completed dozens of paintings and taught a weekend watercolor workshop. See some of her work below.

"As a painter, I love distance because it smears out the details I tend to get too mired in." — Suze Woolf

ON THE BLOG

11/29/22

Legislation could permanently protect precious water resources, economies, and Indigenous lifeways connected to the Grand Canyon.

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11/21/22

After years of advocacy by Havasupai grassroots and tribal leaders, Indian Garden has been officially renamed Havasupai Gardens.

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11/15/22

Miners have pumped more than 49 million gallons of water laced with uranium and arsenic out of a mine near the Grand Canyon.

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