We conserve land through action, impact, and education.

Our mission is to remove trash, graffiti, & anything foreign to the environment from outdoor recreation & wilderness areas across Arizona while enriching the lives of Military Veterans & other community members. We accomplish our mission by hosting volunteer cleanup events throughout the year for community members, including youth volunteers, across the state. We also manage & support a Dedicated Restoration Team with contracted Military Veterans who conduct restorations beyond the reach of most volunteers. We have removed more than 237 tons of trash & more than 3,168 square feet of graffiti from natural areas!

Our vision is to keep natural areas clean and open to the public for everyone to enjoy. 

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We are working in collaboration with Grand Canyon National Park to bring our Dedicated Restoration Team to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in September for a trash removal project.

The South Rim is the most popular area of Grand Canyon National Park, boasting easy access to the canyon, the bulk of available amenities and services, and the panoramic vistas for which the natural wonder is famous. Sadly, the popularity of this area brings an increase in the amount of litter and micro trash left behind.   

Help us raise funds to take our Dedicated Restoration Team to the Grand Canyon this September for a trash removal project. 

Any and every donation helps! 

Click HERE to donate.

In addition to hosting volunteer events, we launched a Dedicated Restoration Team in early 2017 that can conduct restorations beyond the reach of most volunteers. 

Our Team works in areas that see repeated dumping, areas too remote or unsafe for volunteers, areas too sensitive for a large number of volunteers, as well as graffiti removal. Our Dedicated Restoration Team expands the impact of our vision, and also provides contract opportunities to Military Veterans.

Our Dedicated Restoration Team removed more than 69 tons of trash and several panels of graffiti from OHV Areas in the Tonto National Forest - Mesa Ranger District and the Coconino National Forest during our first 11 projects for our Natural Restorations OHV Area Restoration Project funded by a grant from the OHV-Fund managed by the Arizona State Parks Board. To learn more, click HERE

Click HERE to watch a story from 12News about our Dedicated Restoration Team. 

Some of the earth's greatest landscapes are in Arizona and are threatened by the long-standing issues of trash, illegal dumping, and graffiti in natural areas. We want these areas to remain open to the public for future generations, but we cannot achieve our goals alone. Click the button below to view our Events Calendar and join us at an upcoming event!


Find out about our organization, mission, our methods, and the results of our commitment to natural areas.


Our cleanups provide immediate, visible results. Check out all of our before, during and after pictures, videos and more.