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Blake McCord

Native America - Change Labs

Native America - Change Labs
Jake Hoyungowa

Supporting small businesses and Native entrepreneurs

Change Labs believes that entrepreneurship is our path to stronger and more resilient Native communities.The Grand Canyon Trust is proud to partner with Change Labs to help entrepreneurs realize their dreams and build a strong, resilient, and culturally respectful economy across Native America. Meet the bed-and-breakfast owners, fashion designers, and chefs who are revitalizing Native economies ›

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Help Native American entrepreneurs grow businesses in tribal communities!

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Intertribal gatherings

Since 2009, we've facilitated the Colorado Plateau Intertribal Gatherings, which bring together tribal members from across the region to share knowledge and traditions, and work together to protect the Colorado Plateau. More about the gatherings ›

Native America - Cultural Landscapes

Native America - Cultural Landscapes
Blake McCord

Standing behind tribes

From defending the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition's original vision and scope of Bears Ears, to standing behind tribes as they reclaim the authority to manage their ancestral lands, we work to protect cultural landscapes on the Colorado Plateau. Learn about our Cultural Landscapes Program ›

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Amy S. Martin

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Saving the Grand Canyon’s Sacred Confluence

Developers want to build a controversial mega-resort and tramway at the confluence of the Little Colorado and Colorado rivers.

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The proposed tram would carry 10,000 people a day to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, dumping them at a cultural site significant to the canyon's Native peoples.

The so-called Escalade development has outraged local families and tribes who do not want this sacred area to be commercialized. To help stop the project, we're support the families in their advocacy efforts. Learn more about their fight to stop bad development ›

Native America Blog

04/7/20

There’s no question about where Jim Enote and his ancestors come from: the Grand Canyon.

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03/31/20

Summer and LaMandez Brown knew there weren't a lot of jobs on the Navajo reservation. So they made their own.

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02/26/20

Native voices set the tone for the next era of Grand Canyon National Park in this collection of stories about cultural identities, histories, and ties to the Grand Canyon.

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