The Peach Springs Extension Program has offered agriculture, natural
resources, and 4-H youth development programs to the two Grand Canyon
tribes since its establishment in 2002. After the Havasupai Tribe
banished State university personnel from their Reservation in 2004, the
office has worked exclusively with the Hualapai Tribe.
Livestock is the primary agricultural activity on the Hualapai
Reservation at present, so program activities have focused on record
keeping systems. Within the community of Peach Springs, the office
supports community gardens and sponsors workshops on fruit tree care.