Across 830,000 acres on the north rim of the Grand Canyon, the Trust, with a ranching family, federal and state agencies, universities, and hundreds of volunteers, is leading a unique public-private partnership to restore and protect the ecological and scenic integrity of this magnificent landscape. Through a combination of managed grazing, scientific research, and inspiring education, our pioneering partnership has moved management from conflict to consensus and led to healthier, more resilient lands. And, we are busy training the next generation of conservation leaders through field-based education that connects people to this compelling place.
We've got 830,000 acres of responsibilities, but you can't manage what you don't understand and science gives us the tools to learn about the land.
—Ed Grumbine, Lands Program Manager