‘Beyond the Rim: The Next 100 Years of Grand Canyon National Park’

Take a look at some of the people who have helped to make Grand Canyon National Park what it is today, and explore what the next 100 years may hold.

We’ll take an in-depth look at the park’s volunteers and visitors, the Native American population, the canyon’s flora and fauna, and the Colorado River itself, without which the Grand Canyon would never have existed.

Together, these segments form the 40-minute documentary “Beyond the Rim: The next 100 years of Grand Canyon National Park” an Arizona PBS production made possible thanks to the generous support of William and Susan Ahearn.

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