The Grand Canyon is one of the most spectacular natural landforms on Earth. Each year millions of tourists take in the wonder for the canyon and the nature surrounding it. While it is important to encourage others to come by and take in the natural beauty, further expansion might be troublesome.
The most current argument in the expansion vs. preservation debate is a spot where the Little Colorado Rivers meet. The Navajo nation that resides in this area is grapples and debates over whether to allow hotels, restaurants, and an aerial tram to be built on their grounds. Where do you side on the argument? Leave a comment below. You can get a better picture of the situation by reading this transcript here:: Where Grand Canyon rivers converge, economic and preservation needs collide