Salt Lake City


Why Volunteer with SLC Public Lands?

Salt Lake City Public Lands’ Stewardship Program connects individuals and communities to volunteer opportunities at local natural areas in order to inspire investment and care of these shared spaces. Through the program, community stewards work collaboratively with Public Lands staff and partners to protect, maintain, and restore the natural integrity of our city’s wilder, more biodiverse properties.

Jordan River Garbage Grab!

Join Fish for Garbage on July 13th to help clean up the Jordan River! We will be meeting at Cottonwood Park (1580 W North Star Dr 300 North, Salt Lake City, UT 84116) at 9am. There will be a free barbecue to follow at 12!

Register here!

2024 Foothill Trails Stewardship Sessions

July | 9am-12pm | Locations Vary

The Trails and Natural Lands crew is hosting a series of trail stewardship days to help remove invasive weeds and species. Join us for a morning session to help our native plants thrive in their habitat!

July 11th Thursday morning – I-Street Bike Park – 9a-12p

July 16th Tuesday morning – Memory Grove – 9a-12p

July 23rd Tuesday morning – Parley’s Point North End – 9a-12p

July 30th Tuesday morning – Parley’s Point South End – 9a-12p

Questions? Please see our Volunteer FAQ or contact or 801-972-7843.
Para preguntas, vea nuestra seccion de preguntas comunes o contactese con nosotros a traves de o 801-972-7843.