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Grand Canyon News Week of May 8, 2017

National monuments face uncertain futures after Trump orders DOI review
With the stroke of a pen, President Donald Trump charged the Interior Department with the task of reviewing nearly 30 national monuments designated by three presidents over the past 20 years.

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Park Officials Looking to Reduce Grand Canyon Bison Numbers
he National Park Service has announced plans to reduce the number of bison found near the Grand Canyon’s North Rim through lethal and nonlethal means.

Source:  www.usanews.com
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Grand Canyon North Rim reopens May 15; here are 5 things you
Good news for those visiting the North Rim of Grand Canyon when it reopens May 15: Repairs to a broken water line that is the North Rim’s only source of water were completed far ahead of schedule, so businesses and facilities will be fully operational

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12 Pet-Friendly National Parks You Need to Visit with Your Dog
Pets are not permitted below the rim of the Grand Canyon, but you can take your pooch for a stroll on any of the hiking trails that stay above the perimeter, which includes most of the spectacular South Rim Trail.

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