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Tom Till

Land - Arizona Forests New

Land - Arizona Forests New
Tom Bean

Arizona Forests

Unnaturally large wildfires have burned hundreds of thousands of acres of ponderosa pine forests in Arizona. The Grand Canyon Trust has been involved in forest restoration efforts since 1996 and helped launch the Four Forest Restoration Initiative, the largest restoration effort in the country. View Program ›

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Land - Grand Canyon New
Tom Bean

Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, but unfortunately its park status doesn’t give the canyon the complete protection it deserves. The Grand Canyon Program fights to protect the canyon for future generations against uranium mines, development threats, and poor air quality. View Program › 

 

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Land - Greater Canyonlands New
Tim Peterson

Greater Canyonlands

Proposed oil and gas drilling, tar sands strip mining, and uranium and potash development could carve up the wild landscape of Greater Canyonlands. View Program ›

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Land - North Rim Ranches New
Brendon Potts

North Rim Ranches

The Trust is leading a unique public-private partnership to restore and protect the ecological and scenic integrity of 830,000 acres of public land on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Federal and state agencies, volunteers, a ranching family, and universities are involved in the effort. View Program ›

Land - Utah Forests New

Land - Utah Forests New
Ellen Morris-Bishop

Utah Forests

Both in the field and in conference rooms, the Utah Forest Program is working across 6.3 million acres of land in southern Utah managed by the Forest Service and the BLM to restore native plants and wildlife, increase resilience of the ecosystems, and address the impacts of livestock and wild ungulate grazing. View Program ›

Land - Utah Wildlands New

Land - Utah Wildlands New
Tim Peterson

Utah Wildlands

This program seeks to protect the free-flowing streams, plateaus, mountains, and forests of southern Utah’s wild lands. It does so through wilderness designation, creation of special management areas, and reaching out to local residents to increase support for wild lands. View Program ›

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