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National River Cleanup Day 2021 Was A Success!

Posted on: June 3rd, 2021

National River Cleanup Day 2021 Was A Success! Saturday, May 15th marked Trails and Natural Lands’ celebration of National River Cleanup Day! Volunteers from surrounding Salt Lake areas came out to help take care of our very own Jordan River Parkway Trail. Let’s check out the highlights.  Trails and Natural Lands had the pleasure of […]

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Fife Wetlands Preserve Gets Webpage With Natural History Museum

Posted on: May 21st, 2021

The Natural History Museum of Utah (NHMU) doesn’t only catalog and exhibit the natural world of the past. The evolving natural world is both past and prologue, the present and the future. It’s an interesting thought to consider that natural history is something that occurs every moment of every day. And it’s often on particularly […]

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Volunteer Appreciation

Posted on: May 18th, 2021

Stories and Spotlights of TNL’s Dedicated Volunteers Here at Trails and Natural Lands we rely on the dedication of volunteers. A lot! Not only to they amp up the bandwidth for mission-critical objectives in ways we could never do with just our staff, but they multiply the impact we make in our efforts to maintain […]

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Springtime with Trails and Natural Lands

Posted on: April 13th, 2021

Hey there public lands recreators, open space appreciators, natural lands volunteers, earth lovers, and tree huggers of all stripes. Spring is already shaping up to be an epic season of stewardship, and the second half of April is packed with some great events to participate in! While we’ve had great turnout at our volunteer projects […]

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Trail Updates in SLC’s Foothills Natural Area

Posted on: March 23rd, 2021

Trail Updates in SLC’s Foothills Natural Area What to know before you go… Welcome to your source for the latest trail updates you need to know before you don those boots or load up your bike and hit the front country hot spots for a day of play in Salt Lake City’s Foothills and the […]

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Using Fascines to Stabilize Creekbanks

Posted on: March 19th, 2021

A First for Salt Lake City’s Trails and Natural Lands We think fascines are awesome, and we’re even more enthusiastic about the potential they have as a natural intervention to prevent erosion, increase the health of our creek and riverbanks, and improve the quality of our water. Our team here at TNL, in partnership with […]

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