Arizona PBS Grand Canyon special

This year, the Grand Canyon’s status as a national park turned 100 years old. “Beyond the Rim: The Next 100 Years of the Grand Canyon” explores the changes the park has faced as it enters its second century, as well as the vital role of the volunteers, tourists experience and more.

We’ll air a segment from the film and learn more about the very thing that carved the canyon from dirt and rock — the Colorado River.

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