The Kaibab National Forest partnered with the Mule Deer Foundation to treat acres within the Ten X Habitat Improvement Project on the Tusayan Ranger District.
Around the Canyon: Week of Oct. 18
Fire managers on the south zone of the Kaibab National Forest completed plans for the 2017 fall and 2018 spring prescribed fire burning seasons and have already begun working in many listed for treatment.
Around the Canyon: Week of Oct. 11
Lisa Carrico, a 33-year veteran of the National Park Service (NPS), has been selected as deputy superintendent of Operations and Science at Grand Canyon National Park.
Evidence points to southern parts of Arizona and New Mexico, 90 percent of Mexico
A recent peer-reviewed scientific paper reaffirmed the historical range of the endangered Mexican wolf as being southeastern Arizona, southwestern New Mexico and the Sierra Madre Mountains in Mexico.
The deadline to register to vote in November’s special elections is Oct. 10.
Around the Canyon: Week of Oct. 4
Nathan D. Goodman, 36, has a prior arrest this year near Kayenta
After pleading guilty to several charges, a man was sentenced to imprisonment and supervised probation during a recent court hearing. Nathan D. Goodman, age 36, is also banned from Grand Canyon National Park.
Artists from around the country converged on the Grand Canyon for the 2017 Celebration of Art Sept. 9-15 on the North and South Rims.
Park to waive entrance fees, offer multicultural dance performance
Grand Canyon National Park will join national park sites around the country in celebrating National Public Lands Day with free entrance to the park.
Hunts include spring bison, bear, turkey and javelina
The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) is now accepting online applications for 2018 hunt permit-tags issued through the draw process for spring turkey, javelina, bison and bear.
Around the Canyon: Week of Sept. 27
Grand Canyon Phantoms Varsity Soccer Schedule
For decades the college-aged employees of the Grand Canyon Lodge would greet visitors arriving by bus and sing them through the entrance.
New study predicts pending legislation will provide up to 10,000 annual jobs, increased revenue for Mohave county, tribe
The Hualapai Tribe recently commended Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Rep. Paul Gosar (R - Ariz.) for introducing legislation to approve and ratify the Hualapai Water Rights Settlement in Washington, D.C.
Agency warns vehicles damaged in recent hurricanes can make their way to Arizona
After hurricanes that caused widespread flooding in Texas and Florida, Arizonans in the market for used cars have even more reason to pay close attention to a vehicle’s condition and history, especially in private sales.
Bipartisan legislation would allow private hunters to harvest the entire animal
The U.S. House Natural Resources Committee recently approved a bipartisan bill that will allow the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) to better manage and conserve the bison population within Grand Canyon National Park, according to the agency.
‘Experience the Winter Majesty: Grand Canyon South Rim’ selected as semi-finalist at Los Angeles CineFest
The Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce was recently named a semi-finalist in the Los Angeles CineFest online film competition for their Virtual Reality work “Experience the Winter Majesty: Grand Canyon South Rim.”
Around the Canyon: Week of Sept. 20
Hualapai Tribe, Navajo Nation will receive nearly $80,000; state of Arizona awarded $395,963 to preserve cultural areas
U.S. Deputy Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt with the National Park Service announced the distribution of an additional $21 million in historic preservation grants to every U.S. state, the District of Columbia, the U.S. territories, and partnering nations and $4.6 million for historic preservation grants to 169 Tribal Historic Preservation Offices.
Lethal, non-lethal methods to be used to drop herd numbers below 200
The National Park Service (NPS) will work with cooperating agencies and partners to reduce the size of the bison herd on the north rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
Around the Canyon: Week of Sept. 13
The federal Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) recently completed its August 2017 24-Month Study, which is part of a study of hydrology and projected operations of the Colorado River system.
Dr. Robert C. Beaver, Jr., will join Grand Canyon Community Church (GCCC) as its new pastor at 11 a.m. Sept. 17 at Shrine of the Ages.
Agency says plan builds on best available science, local business owners say more wolves mean more revenue
The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) submitted its official comments on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (USFWS) draft Mexican wolf recovery plan Aug. 29.
Around the Canyon: Week of Sept. 6
The Kaibab National Forest has released a short video telling the story of a remote canyon that is home to an incredible array of prehistoric paintings and etchings.
Melissa Rose Kovin (July 26, 1988 — Aug. 8, 2017).
The master plan study process for Grand Canyon National Park Airport, owned and operated by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), continueds with a public information workshop Aug. 24 in Phoenix.
Around the Canyon: Week of Aug. 30
The Grand Canyon Association and Grand Canyon National Park dedicated a new rim-based amphitheater and landmark feature at Mather Point on the South Rim Oct. 25, 2010.
Grand Canyon National Park will join national park sites around the country in celebrating Founder’s Day with free entrance to the park.
William Wallace Bass was one of the earliest pioneers at the Grand Canyon in the 1880s.
It’s been a long hard struggle to recover the Mexican wolf in Arizona, and we are seeing great progress.
Visitors to Grand Canyon National Park can now learn more about the role wildland fire plays at Grand Canyon.
Drivers heading eastbound on Interstate 40 toward Williams and Flagstaff will use one of the westbound lanes for five miles while Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) crews begin rebuilding the eastbound section of highway.
Smokey the Bear celebrated his 73rd birthday with visitors and rangers at the Grand Canyon Aug. 9.
Xanterra employees competed for property supremacy (and a trophy) at this year’s 22nd annual Property Olympics July 15.
Waluthma (Fire Away), also known as Supai Charlie, at Supai circa 1899.
Lightning strikes ignite three more fires on North Rim, bringing season total to 10
After receiving significant moisture from monsoon rainfall over the past few days, the Pine Hollow wildfire has seen no growth in the last 24 hours.
Around the Canyon: Week of Aug. 9
Search and rescue crews have located a body believed to be Sarah Beadle of Fort Worth, Texas.
Around the Canyon: Week of Aug. 2
This month Grand Canyon National Park seeks public input for an overdue plan to replace an important water pipeline that pipes water across the canyon to the South Rim to meet the needs of thousands of residents and millions of visitors.
Around the Canyon: Week of July 26
The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) will host six public meetings in August throughout Arizona to discuss development of a comprehensive plan for the Arizona National Scenic Trail.
Monsoonal rainfall throughout northern Arizona over the past week has prompted Coconino County officials to rescind the fire restrictions currently in place on the Kaibab and Coconino National Forests.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is in the process of revising the 1982 Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan.
Employees on the North Kaibab Ranger District of the Kaibab National Forest have partnered with the National Forest Foundation (NFF) to plant seedlings in the Warm Fire 2017 planting project at East Lake.