Let your friends know about Grand Canyon Trust
Thanks for your interest in preserving and protecting the Colorado Plateau.
The Grand Canyon Trust is a nationally recognized, nonprofit, conservation organization that advocates for collaborative, common-sense solutions to problems affecting the natural resources of the Colorado Plateau.
This spectacular region contains the world's largest concentration of protected landscapes, with 55 national parks, monuments, and wilderness areas — including Grand Canyon, Zion, Arches, Canyonlands, Mesa Verde, and Bryce Canyon National Parks and Grand Canyon-Parashant, Vermilion Cliffs, and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments. The Colorado Plateau is also home to the Colorado, Little Colorado, Green, and Virgin Rivers.
Take action by following an advocacy campaign
Protect Grand Canyon from "zombie" uranium mines
ACT NOW to protect Grand Canyon from "zombie" uranium mines
President Obama: Protect Greater Canyonlands
Ask President Obama to Protect Greater Canyonlands
Take action by writing to your newspaper
It's important to have your voice heard on important conservation issues affecting the Colorado Plateau. Click here for information on sending letters-to-editors or opinion-editorial articles to Colorado Plateau and national newspapers.