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Many tourists welcome the opportunity to see the world as it was seen in the Old West days. Riding mules to the bottom of the Grand Canyon is one such opportunity that few get to experience. This two day mule ride experience is limited to 10 people per day and often books up to 13 […]
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The Grand Canyon is a well-known natural landmark in the United States. It is scenic and beautiful and stretches many miles. This article highlights how two men hiked the hundreds of miles and what the experience was like. During this experience they wanted to highlight how tourism is damaging this natural area through photographs. Key […]
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Scientists are generating artificial floods in the Grand Canyon in an attempt to deposit sediment to regenerate sand bars that are vital for habitat and recreational use. The construction of Glen Canyon Dam inhibited natural floods that once distributed sediment throughout Grand Canyon, so scientists hope these artificial high water events will mimic what once […]
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A tribe located within the grand canyon is fighting to protect the environment they call home. Mining nearby has the natives worried about the potential impact it could have on where they live including the water, filing suits against the city of Williams, Arizona as well as several well owners whom they believe are violating […]
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Made up of existing public lands surrounding Grand Canyon, the proposed Greater Grand Canyon Heritage National Monument is a world-renowned landscape held dear by Native American tribes, local communities, as well as visitors from around the globe. Visitors to the region generate millions of dollars each year for the economy and supports thousands of jobs. […]
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To really appreciate the Grand Canyon, you have to go below the rim and hike to its bottom, at the Colorado River, and explore its side canyons and plateaus. Descending the Hermit Trail provides a good cross-section view of the canyon with the Hermit Creek to the west and the Colorado River to the north. […]
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President Barack Obama’s decision to permanently protect the Arctic Ocean and portions of the Atlantic Ocean from offshore drilling is a huge win for our environment. With a stroke of his pen, the president has ensured some of the most critical ecological areas of our oceans will remain off limits to oil and gas drilling. […]
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These beautiful photos of the Grand Canyon Tonto Trail will bring out the true naturist in you. The stretching horizon surrounded by the rustic earth conflicts strongly with our opinions of the landscape. Near places like Kaibab Trail and South Rim, these lovely photos will surely convince you to travel out there and really experience […]
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Reasons Why President Obama Should Protect the Grand Canyon For it was first once protected by President Teddy Roosevelt who honored land as sacred to the native indian tribes and treasured by Amercian citizens. For we don’t want to lose one of our natural treasures due to uranium mining in or near the areas of […]
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Over the years, human activities have impacted the natural resources of Grand Canyon National Park in many ways. Humans have introduced non-native plant and animal species into the park, which out compete native flora and fauna for space, food and water. Air pollution has routinely drifted into the Canyon from metropolitan areas and nearby coal-fired […]
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Enki Stove Wild is a camp stove, designed to run with every kind of biomass, avoiding the transportation of gas tanks or charcoal, everywhere and without smoke. Wild is not a survival item. Wild is a professional stove, it’s powerful and you can use it to cook and grill as a pro, without wasting a […]
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The Obama administration is set to give protection to one of the world’s natural wonders, by banning uranium mining on 1m acres of land around the Grand Canyon. The interior secretary, Ken Salazar, is due to make a formal announcement on Monday of the 20-year ban on new mining claims, at a film screening at […]
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