On the ground programs with measureable results.
Our stewardship programs are aimed at solving existing problems by working with partners and volunteers.
These efforts are aimed at Millcreek, Big and Little Cottonwood Canyon. These canyons are in danger of being loved to death and by working together, we can mitigate that problem!
Project partners include community volunteers, the National Forest Foundation, Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, Solitude, Salt Lake County Public Works, the Town of Alta, Friends of Alta, the SLC Department of Public Utilities Watershed, the Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Save our Canyons, the Bonneville Coordinated Weed Management Area, REI and more!
Projects run from mapping invasive weeds to restoring damaged bridges, surveying for the rare Wasatch Shooting star to building new retaining walls along popular trails. We have a number of new projects beginning this summer. Take a greater indepth look to the right to see the details of each project!
A trail crew, volunteers and a lot of hard work
Working against the spread of harmful inavsive plant species
Wasatch Shooting Star Program
Surveying for, monitoring and studying a rare plant
Fremont Archaeological Site
Protecting and restoring a critical site
Storm Mountain Bridge Repair
Repairing and maintaining recreation access.