• Grand Canyon Wildlands Council Grand Canyon Wildlands Council


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Mission Statement

To save and heal wild nature in the Grand Canyon region.


In our volunteer program, we are working to preserve the diversity of life in Arizona's Mogollon Rim based on surveying the ecology of riparian areas: identifying the presence and distribution of important native plants, animals, and insects as well as their protection and restoration needs. Project sites include East Clear Creek, West Clear Creek, Wet Beaver Creek, Chevelon Canyon, and others. With volunteers, we will also complete road and wilderness inventories before the Forest Plan revision process scheduled for 2006. Volunteers will also be key to restoration work including removal of nonnative plants and crayfish. The field work will provide hands-on environmental education.



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Would you recommend Grand Canyon Wildlands Council?

by Gerald H. from Phoenix, AZ (2009-04-22 12:07:38.0)
The Grand Canyon Wildlands provides opportunities for adults and youths to work and learn about the environment. A practicing biologist is often in charge of activities. The work is enjoyable and educational. If anyone has female children in pursuit of a science career, Emily Omana will be an inspiration and valuable resource to work with.