Grand Canyon is a living laboratory and an outdoor classroom. From rim to river, Grand Canyon offers an unparalleled journey through seven life zones and five ecosystems. Encompassing more than a million acres, it is home to more than 2,000 species of plants, birds, mammals, amphibians, and fish. More than a mile deep, it tells the story of the earth across three eras of geological time.
Your contributions to Grand Canyon Conservancy support education, interpretation, and resource protection. You make Grand Canyon a better place and help us inspire the next generation of park stewards.
After seeing the work done by Grand Canyon National Park’s awesome vegetation crew, I felt drawn to help ensure that everyone who visits the Grand Canyon Village gets an up close and personal opportunity to see the amazing variety of plants that call the Grand Canyon home.”
Grand Canyon has some of the pristine night skies on the planet. We're working to keep it that way.
Members of American Indian tribes are working with the park to celebrate the tribal heritage of Grand Canyon.
More than 400 miles of historic backcountry trails lead into the canyon. We want to ensure that they remain welcoming and accessible.