Grand Canyon National Park’s newest Artist-in-Residence Mark Chen has been passionate about photography for his entire life. He’s also an avid astrophile.
NPS Leadership spotlight: Nate Powell, logistics support technician at GCNP
A group of elk relax in the snow after a winter storm dropped several inches at Grand Canyon National Park.
Leadership spotlight: Brad Dunfee, program analyst/transportation manager
Archaeological sites along the Colorado within Grand Canyon National Park and Marble Canyon show significant degradation from releases at Glen Canyon Dam according to a recently released report by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Best Western Premier Grand Canyon Squire Inn at Tusayan is under new ownership.
The U.S. Department of the Interior has renamed five places in California, North Dakota, Tennessee and Texas that previously included a racist term for a Native American woman.
Leadership spotlight: South Rim Village District Interpreter Nick Myers
A winter hike in the Grand Canyon can feel like you’re walking among clouds, especially when fog is all that meets the eye for the first several hundred feet of elevation.
Experts say few Arizona residents will notice any immediate change to the availability of water in their daily lives after Jan. 1, when steep cuts will be imposed on the amount of water the state can draw from the Colorado River.
The National Park Service will have five entrance fee-free days in 2023 that provide free admittance to all national parks for everyone.
The National Park Service has selected Christa Johnston as chief of staff of Lake Mead National Recreation Area in Arizona and Nevada.
As part of the 117th Congress’ closing activity, the 117th Congress advanced settlements of Indian water rights claims Jan. 4.
President Joe Biden has approved a disaster declaration made by the Havasupai Tribe in northern Arizona, freeing up funds for flood damage as it prepares to re-open for tourists after nearly three years.
The Tusayan Town Council greeted new members and discussed plans for meeting the new year at its regular meeting Dec. 14.
Grand Canyon National Park anticipates that Arizona Public Service Electric Company (APS) will commence initial site work next month toward the construction of a new power substation at Grand Canyon South Rim Village.
The Havasupai Tribe announced Dec. 23 that it plans to reopen its tourism operations in 2023.
Since 2001, declining water levels due to climate change and 20 years of drought have reshaped Lake Powell’s shoreline.