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Blake McCord

What We Restore (Header)

What we restore

Restoration - what we restore (images)

Find out what we're doing to protect springs, streams, and small lakes ›

We're modifying fences for pronghorn and bringing beavers back. More ›

Big landscapes require big thinking. Learn about our large-scale restoration projects ›

Native plants bear the brunt of grazing damage. Here's what we're doing about it ›

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Restoration - partners

Partners make it possible

We rely on partnerships with federal agencies like the Park Service and Forest Service, universities, environmental groups, and many others to accomplish change on the ground.

Volunteer - shots from the field

Shots from the field

ON THE BLOG

11/29/22

Legislation could permanently protect precious water resources, economies, and Indigenous lifeways connected to the Grand Canyon.

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11/21/22

After years of advocacy by Havasupai grassroots and tribal leaders, Indian Garden has been officially renamed Havasupai Gardens.

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11/15/22

Miners have pumped more than 49 million gallons of water laced with uranium and arsenic out of a mine near the Grand Canyon.

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Volunteer - CTA (volunteer with us)

Volunteer with us!
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