Our Vision

Salt Tree Art creates rich community spaces that unite arts and ecology in unexpected, educational, and inspiring ways.

We explore creative processes that integrate natural and social systems, revitalizing the links between community, ecology, and the arts. We accomplish this through development of environmental artworks, production of public performances and events that showcase environmental art, and community education and advocacy on ecological issues.

We are inspired by the regenerative agriculture movement, where holistic approaches to agriculture generate positive impacts to the ecosystems and communities linked to food production. Salt Tree Art aspires to similarly pursue regenerative art, using our work to create healing within the environment and the communities our projects serve.

Our organization is for everyone, whether your passions support the arts, agriculture, food security, education, environmentalism, or community development. Our programs use the arts to foster interdisciplinary connections and to build innovative approaches to ecological issues.

A Creative Community

Our People

Salt Tree Art is a volunteer-led organization with a collective of creative professionals.

Board of Trustees

Mike Hollis

Brian Soliwoda

Liz McCabe

Advisory Board

Lauren Alzos

Jordan Benke

Cherie Chalouhi

Nicholas Enna

Nora Fitzgerald

Jennifer Jurek

Ashley King

Steve Krauss

Graham McCarty

JT McGuinness

Kristen Terrana

How We Are Structured

Our Organization

The Salt Tree Charitable Trust is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (EIN 82-3376530), and contributions are fully tax-deductible.

We are a New York State registered public charity (Registration Number 46-32-56). Upon request, a copy of our registration or annual filing can be obtained from the Office of the Attorney General by writing the Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271.

The Salt Tree Charitable Trust is a platinum-level Guidestar participant as part of our commitment to organizational transparency.

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