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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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Volunteering with Trails & Natural Lands

Posted on: March 11th, 2021

Volunteering with Salt Lake City’s Trails and Natural Lands Division has never been easier than it is right now We’re very excited to announce the launch of TNL’s new volunteer portal –! By downloading the Golden Volunteer app or perusing our stewardship events online, signing up to be a volunteer is the easiest it’s […]

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