Protecting the wild heart of the West.
Founded in 1985, the Grand Canyon Trust protects and restores the Colorado Plateau - its spectacular landscapes, flowing rivers, clean air, diversity of plants and animals, and areas of beauty and solitude. As a regional conservation organization they work for common sense, balanced solutions to significant problems affecting the region's natural resources. Their vision for the Colorado Plateau is: a region still characterized by vast open spaces with restored, healthy natural areas and habitat for all native plants and animals; a sustaining relationship between human communities and the natural environment; and people living and visiting here who are willing and enthusiastic stewards of the region's natural resources and beauty.Learn more
Grand Canyon National Park is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, and the surrounding Colorado Plateau is home to 55 national parks, monuments, and wilderness areas. However, its park status doesn’t give the canyon the complete protection it deserves. Uranium mines and tourist development currently pose some of the most serious threats the park has faced in its nearly 100-year history, including contamination of the Colorado River, which 40 million people depend on for clean water.
Fortunately, the Grand Canyon Trust is committed to protecting the Colorado Plateau’s land, water, and Native Peoples’ sacred sites from the destructive impacts of development and climate change. Act today to join in their fight to preserve this natural wonder!
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