About Us

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Helping preserve and enhance Grand Canyon since 1932

Grand Canyon Conservancy is the official nonprofit partner of Grand Canyon National Park, raising private funds, operating retail shops within the park, and providing premier educational programs about the natural and cultural history of the region. Our Members fund projects including trails and historic building preservation, educational programs for the public, and the protection of wildlife and their natural habitat.

Our mission is to inspire generations of park champions to cherish and support the natural and cultural wonder of Grand Canyon

What we do

Partner with the National Park Service to fund important projects
Operate retail shops and visitor centers within the park
Operate the online park store

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Provide educational content, classes, and tours

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Publish books and other publications that relate to Grand Canyon National Park and the North Kaibab District of the Kaibab National Forest

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Help raise private funds to benefit Grand Canyon National Park


To date, we've provided:

$4.975 million in funds to Grand Canyon National Park

750 miles of trails preserved and maintained

649 hiker assists performed by Preventive Search and Rescue volunteers

4 key historical landmarks preserved and maintained

Learn more about GCC in this blog post!


Current Priorities

Grand Canyon Night Skies Program

The Grand Canyon has some of the best night skies on the planet. We're working to become a "Dark Sky Park" to keep it that way.

Desert View Watchtower

Members of American Indian tribes are working with the Park to create a heritage area to share their art and culture.

Grand Canyon Trail Restoration

More than 350 miles of historic trails lead into the canyon. Each year, crews restore popular trails to keep them welcoming and safe.