The Desert Fountain

December 2019

IN THIS ISSUE: Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument Volunteer Stories It Takes a Village Our Work at Casa del Migrantes & San Pedro Sonoyta Shelter Notes From Sonoyta Out -of-State Volunteer Accounts: Ken Huse of Juneau, Alaska READ THE DECEMBER 2019 NEWSLETTER

May 2019

IN THIS ISSUE: From the Chair – Reflecting Back and Looking Forward Shelter Story – Helping at Migrant Shelters in Mexico Welcome New Board Members and Personnel Humane Borders 7th Annual Blessing of the Fleet A Paean to Truck 5 How Whispering Coyote Water Station Got Its Name READ THE MAY 2019 NEWSLETTER

December 2017

– by Stephen Lee Saltonstall The Desert Fountain Humane Borders December 2017 One of the sad realities that Humane Borders volunteers must face is that migrant deaths continue despite our best efforts, including in areas where we maintain water stations. We can’t predict exactly the routes migrants will be walking, and the patterns of migration

December 2016

Cabeza Reflagging
From Dinah Bear, Chair of Humane Borders I want to thank everyone who has supported us over the past year. We are very grateful for every donor and every volunteer who helps us fulfill our mission of preventing death in the desert. And indeed, that task continues to be very challenging. The westward trend in

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