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Grand Canyon National Park has more plant species than any other national park in the United States and is committed to maintaining a native habitat for our vegetation, wildlife, endangered species, and water resources.
Through the supporter-funded construction of a high-capacity, energy-efficient greenhouse, the park’s vegetation crews can now grow double the number of plants to support ecology restoration projects at the rim and along the river. Supporters and volunteers continue to assist with greenhouse operations by gathering seeds and cuttings and helping to maintain native habitat throughout the park.
A bit more about flora at Grand Canyon:
Location: The Greenhouse is located on the South Rim of Grand Canyon. The Greenhouse is not open to the public but members have special opportunities for tours and to volunteer.
contributed by 22 supporters
previous growing space
plants grown from collected seeds
native plant capacity
Special projects and improvements like this at Grand Canyon National Park are only possible because of the generous support from people like you.
Gifts to Grand Canyon Conservancy helped create a welcoming entryway to one of the world's premier hiking trails.
Helping the Park through dozens of archaeological surveys, habitat restoration projects, and other science.
Giving native plants a head start.