GOAT FUND ME
Donate to “Holy Goats: Your Fire Prevention Angels” for brush abatement helping to protect homes and lives from devastating wildfire in Mendocino County.
The Challenge: It is now 2019 and changing weather patterns and new micro-climates caused by global warming, leave Mendocino County at extreme risk for major conflagrations.
The 2018 Mendocino Complex Fire exposed our vulnerability, as it was the largest complex fire in California State history burning 459,000 acres. Once again, the intensity of this fire was exacerbated by an overabundance of dense dry fuels.
OPPORTUNITY: “Holy Goats” is a project fiscally sponsored by Conception Coast Project- (a 501(C)3, EIN: 77-0486094)– committed to protecting and restoring the natural heritage and community resilience of our regions through science, planning and community involvement. By creating a managed goat herd, “Holy Goats” would help ensure fire breaks to eliminate dense dry fuels which could threaten property and individual lives. By reducing such propellants, we can enhance forest health and decrease threats to lives and property.
Help us raise $13,500 to initiate this project.
Please help us in this Goat Fund Me campaign supporting basic costs including insurance.
A gift of $100 will underwrite the cost of one of our beautiful goats.
A gift of $1,000 provides for an additional Anatolian Shepherd (LGD) for protection.
A gift of $2,500 purchases critical portable electric fencing.
Thank you for your generous gifts helping get us out into the field! If you are a property owner and would like an estimate please email: email@example.com
Please send your tax deductible gifts to:
Holy Goats 1241 Willow Street Fort Bragg, CA. 95437
Checks to be written to “Conception Coast Project” with memo line “Holy Goats”.
Conception Coast Project Co-Founder is Dr.John Gallo (Ph.D Geography–focus on Human/Environment emphasis from University of California, Santa Barbara)
Holy Goats Founders are Rev. Matthew Davis (MDiv Princeton Theological Seminary) and Elisha Yager (Fort Bragg High School)