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  • Hualapai Department of Natural Resources - Other sites
    always been one of sacred affiliation with those things which has been provided in the earth for our survival This includes all living plants the wildlife the waters the geographic landscapes and the whole ecological system of our world We have always been the guardians of these resources and we are so today Delbert Havatone Chairman Past Wikipedia http en wikipedia org wiki Hualapai people Inter Tribal Council of Arizona ITCA http www itcaonline com page id 1164 Northern Arizona University NAU http nau edu search aspx q Hualapai The Hualapai People strive to become self sufficient and self sustained through tourism operations which are expedited through the Grand Canyon Resort Corporation A number of improvements have been established within the community of Peach Springs Arizona where the Hualapai reside such as the local Boys Girls Club facility the Headstart facility and the Social Services facility Visit the Grand Canyon West Resort Corporation http www grandcanyonwest com The Hualapai Tribe s website encompasses the greater portion of tribal governmental departments programs and community services available on the Hualapai Reservation Visit the Hualapai Tribes Website http hualapai nsn gov Higher Education is of significant importance for the Hualapai The Hualapai Tribe

    Original URL path: http://www.hualapai.org/other-sites.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Hualapai HDNR - Watershed Management
    for descriptions of existing features and land use practices that may affect water quality of watersheds Point and non point sources of pollution are also identified and evaluated in the Plans Plans also identify management measures that can be implemented to improve watershed water quality Plans have previously been developed for Spencer Creek Canyon watershed and Mohawk Canyon a prominent side canyon of the Coconino Plateau watershed with funding from U S EPA and the U S Bureau of Reclamation This document will provide Plans for the remainder of the Colorado Plateau watershed the Upper Gila watershed Peach Springs Canyon Truxton Wash Granite Gorge Western Hualapai Plateau including Quartermaster Canyon and the Big Sandy watershed For a complete review of the plan Please Click here Submitted to United States Environmental Protection Agency 75 Hawthorne St San Francisco CA 94105 Prepared by Hualapai Department of Natural Resources P O Box 300 Peach Springs AZ 86434 March 2007 Water Management Plan for the Western Hualapai Plateau and Spencer Creek Watershed May 2010 The Hualapai Tribe has initiated Hualapai Water Management Study Study cooperatively with the Bureau of Reclamation to evaluate the management of water supplies and distribution infrastructure in the watersheds of

    Original URL path: http://www.hualapai.org/watershed-management.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Hualapai HDNR - raising a market animal
    Clubs help young people and their families develop citizenship by contributing to the world around them Participants build understanding of agriculture s benefits and effects on community Hualapai 4 H Clubs are parent administered clubs The Agriculture Program s goal for the Clubs has been to educate and to allow parents to manage their own 4 H Clubs this includes making their own decisions and helping support from the Agriculture

    Original URL path: http://www.hualapai.org/hualapai_4h_2nd_club.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Hualapai Department of Natural Resources - Organization and Mission
    Canyon The Program is directed by a 27 member Adaptive Management Work Group AMWG with input from a Technical Work Group TWG Dr Kerry Christensen of the Hualapai Department of Natural Resources HDNR is the TWG representative Implementation of the program is accomplished by the Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center GCMRC located in Flagstaff Arizona The GCMRC is an entity of the U S Geological Survey Please Click here

    Original URL path: http://www.hualapai.org/Glen-Canyon-Dam.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Hualapai HDNR - Animal Units, Cattle, Agriculture, Range Management
    up are held annually and members participate in branding castrating dehorning ear tagging injection of medicine for calves to prevent diseases and record keeping Cattle livestock are transported to the Prescott Livestock Auction in Prescott Arizona for marketing Prescott is a preferred location due to the short trip that is not so stressful on the livestock The Agriculture Program has been delegated to carry out functions of the new Farm Bill Programs with the Natural Resources Conservation Services NRCS and Farm Services Agency The Hualapai Nation participates in the Environmental Quality Incentive Program EQIP The Hualapai Nation s EQIP projects include Elk Crossings Pond Sealing Pipeline Cross Fencing Storage Tanks Troughs Brush Management Water Lot Fencing All associations are participants in different projects The Program Manager assists in coordination of projects and inspection when projects are complete Two Farm Service Agency Programs FSA includes the Livestock Compensation Program LCP an Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program NAP Livestock Compensation Program Coconino Mohave and Yavapai Counties have been under a Secretarial Disaster Designation for Drought since May 17 2002 On September 19 2002 the Secretary announced the LCP which will allow livestock producers in these counties to apply for benefits The Farm

    Original URL path: http://www.hualapai.org/cattle-districts.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Hualapai HDNR - Composting Restroom and non-point source pollution
    River in lower Grand Canyon resulting from human waste deposited there Fortunately ADEQ funded a project to construct a composting restroom there to alleviate the problem Since that time no human waste has been deposited at Spencer Beach and the facility is working as planned A similar situation now exists at the helipad and boat dock tourist destinations below Quartermaster Canyon on the Colorado River Several helicopter tour companies have negotiated with the tribe to land adjacent to the river and allow their clients to enjoy refreshments while taking in the splendor of Grand Canyon Grand Canyon Resort Corporation in charge of monitoring visitor information for the destination estimates that on average 350 people per day visit the helipad and boat dock site adjacent to the Colorado River in lower Grand Canyon In addition a boat tour company has three pontoon boats moored on the river at that location and gives 30 minute boat rides to tourists that are flown in by helicopter The helipad area and boat dock with its helipad are separated by one quarter of a mile by impassable terrain that is why we are requesting to build two facilities Figure 2 Furthermore Hualapai River Runner clients approximately 50 125 per day end their raft trip at the boat dock site where they are flown to Grand Canyon West and then bussed back to Peach Springs After a full day on the river many could likely be in need of restroom facilities Unfortunately there are no restroom facilities for the tourists to use if needed Consequently the vegetation adjacent to the sites is littered with human waste and toilet paper When it rains or when the level of Lake Mead rises this waste is washed into the Colorado River thereby impairing the river Action Plan Our plan

    Original URL path: http://www.hualapai.org/composting-restroom.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Hualapai HDNR - junior rodeo
    draw out without paying entry fee Contestants will be called three times for their event After the third call they will be disqualified from that event and will forfeit entry fees RESPONSIBILITIES OF OFFICIALS RODEO SECRETARY No one but the Rodeo Secretary or designated assistant will be allowed to accept entries Contestants will be allowed to see the records of all contestants in any event in which he she takes part at the end of said event and at a time when the Rodeo Secretary and judge can both be present The stock draw shall be posted where the contestants can examine it Rodeos that have a slack shall post the order of the contestant s draw and the order of events in a place available to all contestants Judges sheets will be turned into the Rodeo Secretary and posted after each performance Markings must be totaled by the judges and checked by the Rodeo Secretary in the presence of the judges Scores will not be changed once they have been turned in except for an obvious math error Master sheets will not leave the possession of the Secretary EVENT DIRECTORS Event Directors will be responsible to see that all equipment required for their event is available and accessible to ensure that the events will run smoothly Event Directors will monitor contestants for appropriate clothing equipment and completed patterns Event Directors will communicate directly with judges for event penalties and violations Any questions or concerns should be directed to the Event Directors for that event Event Directors will communicate with judges and Officials as needed Event disputes will be settled by the Event Director Event Director Responsible For Officials Judges Timers Oversee Rodeo Rough Stock Bulls Steers Jr Rough Stock Calves Sheep Goat Tying Calf Tying Goat Tying Goat Tie Down Goat Ribbon Pull Calf Tying Stick Pony Barrels Barrels Stick Ponies Grounds Prepare Arena Grounds Admissions and Ambulance Contestants Rodeo Trailer Entries Day Awards Logo Attire JUDGES Judges will be obtained by the Event Coordinator Director and must include one A judge and one B judge Judges must read thoroughly and be knowledgeable of all the rules of the HJR Judges will remain available at all times Judge s sheets will be checked and turned in after each performance and will not be changed except for obvious math errors and then only by the responsible judge Any problems encountered during any event will be discussed and resolved by the HJR Event Directors and the Judges Timed event judges will flag the time for recording purposes and then flag contestants out if the run is not legal The judge on the latch side of the chute gate shall serve as the official time in rough stock events The judge s stop watch reading shall be used as a means of verification when the length of the qualified ride is in question The judge shall stop the watch when in his her opinion the contestant has been disqualified for any reason or when the judge hears the whistle or horn whichever comes first In either instance the judge will refer to his watch for time verification on each ride In any instance where the time is 8 seconds or more on the judge s watch the contestant shall be entitled to a marking without penalty In the instance the whistle blows before the 8 seconds the judge must go with the whistle 6 Seconds for Bull Riding 6 Seconds Steer Riding 4 Seconds for Calf Riding contestant riding the longest for Sheep Riding Judges will be asked to meet prior to the performance with an HJR Official for clarification of any rules Rough Stock Terms Calling for the Animal The contestant nods their head indicating to the gate person that they are ready for the animal to be released from the chute Declare Yourself If the rider is fouled on the chute gate he must immediately declare himself by grabbing the rope or rigging with both hands and getting off the animal as soon as safety allows The contestant must immediately go talk with the judge before the next ride begins to get a decision from the judge as to whether a re ride will be given Fouled on the Chute Fouls the Rider When a rider comes in contact with any part of the chute or gate as the animal breaks the plane of the chute gate a re ride may be given at the discretion of the judge if the rider declares himself Free Hand disqualification Grabbing Leather Touch the animal or himself Disqualification will be given if you touch the animal or yourself with your free hand before the completed ride whistle sounds This includes touching the hat the rope changing hands on the rope saddle or rigging with the free hand Qualified 8 second ride Time will stop when in the judge s opinion a the rider touches the animal himself or his equipment including hat and rope with the free hand b is no longer in contact with the animal 10 12 age groups and 13 15 age groups compete for 8 seconds Calf Riding is for 8 seconds and Sheep Riding is contestant that stays on the longest Stock Contractor s Equipment Failure If the stock contractors equipment fails e g the flank strap falls off the rider will receive a re ride at the discretion of the judge provided the rider makes a qualified ride Daylight the Animal If an animal goat is laying down when the contestant reaches the animal to throw it for tying the contestant must stand the animal back up high enough that the animal could regain his feet and re throw the animal However if the contestant s hand is on the animal when the animal falls it is considered a legal throw Half Hitch or Hooey A half hitch is a qualified tie of three of the animal s legs on one or more wraps finished with the

    Original URL path: http://www.hualapai.org/hualapai_jr_rodeo.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Hualapai HDNR - bank stabilization, Grand Canyon, Hualapai Tribe, Restoration
    Grand Canyon Hualapai Reservation to protect the limited availability of beach area preserve access to an existing composting toilet which helps to reduce non point source pollution and to restore the riparian habitat vegetation through invasive species removal Activities included the following Tamarisk Removal Tamarisk trees were sawed off at the base while leaving the roots in the ground for temporary bank stability along 180 feet of the bank and 20 feet back from the bank edge Bank Sloping to stabilize beaches Banks were laid back by hand crews to a stable 2 1 slope to increase willow establishment and reduce erosion potential Excavation of Willow Trench for planting Crews excavated a trench along the sloped bank approximately 4 feet deep by 2 feet wide for willow plantings Willow Harvesting Crews selectively harvested willows from the area Forty four willows over 20 feet long were harvested for vertical bundles and 475 willows between 5 and 6 feet long were harvested for trench plantings Species harvested and planted in the area Coyote willow Salix exigua Seep willow Baccharis salicipholia Goodding s willow Salix gooddingii Willow Planting for Riparian Habitat Restoration Approximately 4 5 willow poles were planted per foot in the

    Original URL path: http://www.hualapai.org/beach-stabilization.html (2016-02-09)
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