The principles of openness, transparency and accountability are keystones of public processes. Consistent
with those principles, the Holbrook Basin Horizons project and the RC&D acknowledge contributions of time,
effort and other in-kind support as well as financial contributions.
Thanks to Kathy Hemenway, PhD, community volunteer, for website content development; to David Newlin, Business
Manager and Watershed Projects Coordinator for the Little Colorado RC&D; and to Mac Feezor for website
implementation. Thanks also to all the people who provided photographs and reviewed early versions of
The following organizations provided helpful consultations:
American West Potash, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, Arizona Geological Survey,
Arizona State Land Department, Bureau of Land Management, Consensus Building Institute, the Hopi Tribe,
Montgomery & Associates, National Parks Conservation Association, Navajo Nation, Passport Potash,
Petrified Forest National Park, and the US Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution.
The work of the Arizona State Geologist, Lee Allison, PhD, and Steve Rauzi, Arizona Oil and Gas
Administrator, also provided essential background.
In support of its efforts related to potash outreach and education, the RC&D seeks sponsorship from project
proponents as well as stakeholders, foundations and other nonpartisan organizations. Thanks very much to American West Potash and the RC&D's
many sponsors and supporters.
Contributions are tax-deductible.