Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
If you are planning a visit to Glen Canyon, this is a good site for information about park activities, lake levels, boating facilities, and more.
Glen Canyon Institute
Interested in protecting the revealed Glen Canyon landscape and getting it declared as a national park? Log on here to find out how this nonprofit organization is working to achieve those goals.
Friends of Lake Powell
This nonprofit organization supports the preservation of the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell as well as "their social, recreational, environmental, and economic benefits."
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