A chance to view Grand Canyon east rim from above
The Grand Canyon Trust is offering a chance for Native youth to view the canyon from above this month.
A bill to protect Navajo sacred sites starts to move
The sacred site bill seeks to protect canyons, waterways of portions of Grand Canyon East rim on the Navajo Nation. The move comes amidst a developer’s plan to extract groundwater to generate electricity for cities.
Grand Canyon Trust hiring two interns
Save the Confluence seeks an intern to increase younger peoples’ awareness of and advocacy efforts around the Little Colorado River.
Oral stories honors Little Colorado River
Two members of Save the Confluence families are part of storytellers featured in a video celebration of the Little Colorado River.
Family activists hit crossroads
Even though the gondola proposal is dead, developers continue to try to exploit the area. Everything from proposals to drill for water in a land already stricken by long-term drought, to bringing Jeeps loaded with tourists onto the land continue to be pitched. Families, just struggling to survive on the land, as they have for generations, live in shacks with leaky roofs, no electricity and no water unless it is hauled in by truck. Above all, the very culture of the people is at stake.