Glen Canyon Conservancy seeks to preserve Powell Country for future generations of explorers
Glen Canyon Conservancy partners with public lands in northern Arizona and southern Utah to create learning opportunities, enhance visitor experience, and inspire stewardship.
Founded in 1986 as Glen Canyon Natural History Association, GCC offers educational programming, products, and services to help visitors find a lasting connection with their public lands.
Our organization utilizes member support and retail proceeds at 10 locations throughout the region to generate funds that support educational, safety, outreach, and research programs.
GCC supports public lands Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Lake Powell, Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, and Vermilion Cliffs National Monument.
GCC cultivates stewardship through a growing network of philanthropic partners. Our mission and your support ensure that Powell country remains wild, beautiful, and inspiring for generations to come.
Meet Our Partners
Public Lands Managers
Glen Canyon Conservancy offers tours of Glen Canyon Dam starting in Carl Hayden Visitor Center to the public through a partnership with the United States Bureau of Reclamation.
GCC is one of over 84 National Park cooperating associations and friends groups serving more than 300 areas in the National Park system. Many of these organizations, including Glen Canyon Conservancy, are members of the Public Lands Alliance.
GCC is a member of Peaks, Plateaus, and Canyons Association. PPCA is a regional think-tank network of cooperating associations and friends groups representing diverse public lands across the Colorado Plateau.
GCC partners with Arizona Department of Transportation to staff and manage visitor services at Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center in Marble Canyon, AZ.
In coopperation with the Arizona Office of Tourism and City of Page, Glen Canyon Conservancy serves visitors and the community as an official State of Arizona Visitor Center.