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Habitat Restoration

You can help ensure a thriving ecosystem throughout Grand Canyon National Park.

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One of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, Grand Canyon is home to over 2,000 species of plants, fungi, moss, and lichen. Many of these plants only exist within the park’s boundaries. Your support funds projects to survey and restore habitats, remove non-native vegetation, re-establish native vegetation, and keep Grand Canyon’s ecosystem thriving.

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Mapping a Better Future for Grand Canyon National Park

Improving long-term environmental monitoring to understand how the park is changing and where action is required.

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Understanding Groundwater Vulnerability through Dye Tracing

Learning how to best use, conserve, and protect the canyon's water supply.

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All Active Habitat Restoration Projects

Learn more about the diverse projects that aim to protect and restore Grand Canyon's habitat.