CPE - Indigenous History

Indigenous History

CPE - Indian Garden - Rename Indian Garden

CPE - Indian Garden - Rename Indian Garden
Amy S. Martin

Ha'a Gyoh (Havasupai Gardens)

"This name change reinserts the Havasupai into your history, the history that has been taught to millions of children in the school system. History that left us out on purpose to sell the idea that the Grand Canyon was wild and needed to be tamed, that our territory was unoccupied and needed to be settled… that we would be fully assimilated."

— Ophelia Watahomigie-Corliss on the meaning of renaming a popular Grand Canyon tourist destination. Read her story ›

  • Slide
    National Park Service
  • Slide
    Ellen Heyn

Keep the Canyon Grand - Help keep the Canyon Grand

Help keep the Canyon Grand

CPE - Member adventure kit

Special membership offer

Join the Grand Canyon Trust today to receive your adventure kit:

  • $25 donation: a Grand Canyon map, The Advocate magazine subscription, bookmark, and sticker
  • $75 donation: everything above plus four stunning note cards
  • $100 donation: all the benefits of the $75 level, plus a Grand Canyon Trust hat

Join today

Take a hike


Wondering how to get a permit to hike and camp in Grand Canyon National Park? Let's break it down.

Read More

Forget long lines and congested trails! An off-season hiking trip to one of the Southwest’s national parks offers the same spectacular scenery without the crowds. Pack your snow shoes, crampons, or...

Read More

Hidden in Grand Staircase-Escalante’s geologic steps are clues to the ancient past, carefully preserved as fossils.

Read More
Copyright © 2024 Grand Canyon Trust