Sponsor by March 1 to be included in SALT newsletter

The adage, “A healthy environment means a healthy economy,” is deeply understood here in the shadows of the Superstition Mountains. A unique and special place to live, work and play, our area attracts winter visitors, new homebuyers and businesses, recreation and tourism.

Many independent studies have quantified the benefits that high-quality natural open spaces have on everything from tourism dollars to property values, wildfire conservation, human health, urban heat island mitigation and water and air quality.

The Superstition Area Land Trust, or SALT, has been a significant contributor to keeping this beautiful corner of the Sonoran Desert accessible. Businesses know that SALT, as the only nonprofit conservation organization based in our county, adds to our quality of life and therefore our local economy.

SALT has recently launched its Business and Corporate Sponsorship Program, enabling businesses to support its 23-year mission to conserve these special places through stewardship, education, advocacy, partnerships and scientific study.

Join us as we work hard to keep our area clean, healthy, attractive and sustainable. Business owners can choose from the Roadrunner level at $100 to the Mountain Lion at $750. Corporate levels range from the Copper at $1000 to the Platinum at $10,000.
Join SALT’s Business or Corporate Sponsor Program by March 1 to be recognized in our annual newsletter mailing.

To learn more about the program and its benefits and to register as a sponsor, go to SALT’s website at azsalt.org and click on “Sponsorship Information” under the “How to Help” tab; call SALT Executive Director Cyndi Ruehl at 480-983-3454 or e-mail her at cyndiruehl@azsalt.org.

SALT salutes you in advance for investing in both a healthy environment and a healthy economy.

Becky Goff
Superstition Area Land Trust

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