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What are the economic benefits of a national park?

by Janet Nguyen Feb 26, 2019
It's the 100th anniversary of the Grand Canyon National Park, which has spurred millions in spending in nearby communities.
A general view of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, on Feb. 13, 2017.
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Tourism on tribal land is a growing industry

by Marketplace Contributor Jul 3, 2017
More people are traveling to Native American land for vacations. Tribal tourism is a $8.6 billion industry and growing.
More than 5 million people have visited Skywalk since it opened 10 years ago on the Hualapai Reservation. 
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The battle over uranium mining near the Grand Canyon

by Laurel Morales Jul 8, 2013
As of 2012, new uranium mining claims are prohibited near the Grand Canyon. So mining companies are reopening old mines, and looking for other ways around the ban.

Grand Canyon announces ban on bottled water

by Scott Tong Feb 8, 2012
Waste concerns lead to a ban on bottled water at the national park despite fears that Coca-Cola, a big parks sponsor, would react badly.
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Crazy Swiss jetpack man takes on Grand Canyon, and wins

by Jeff Horwich May 13, 2011
Oh, Jetman (or "Fusionman," which you prefer to be called, but which just seems like a bit much and a kind of off-the-point): We're so glad the FAA...