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    Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument Arizona

Park Planning

Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument was established through Presidential Proclamation and placed under the cooperative administration of the Bureau of Land Management and National Park Service. Though the recently completed land use planning effort, we established guidance, objectives, and management actions for the Monument according to the intent of the Presidential Proclamation.

A link to the complete Arizona Strip Proposed Plan/Final EIS, Route Designations for the Monuments and Public Comments, January, 2007, which also includes the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument

A link to the complete Record of Decision: Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument Approved Plan and Route Designations, February, 2008

A link to the complete Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument Long Range Interpretive Plan, August 2012

Did You Know?

desert tortise burrows

Desert tortoises’ sharp claws and strong legs can dig burrows up to 30 feet long to protect themselves from the blistering summer heat and cold winter temperatures.