Please join TreeUtah for our first month of planting events for 2019, our 30th Anniversary Season!  

Saturday, April 6th, 10:00 am- 12:00 pm*

Our first planting of 2019 (and our 30th year) is made possible with funding from a generous local donor and Salt Lake County Zoo Arts and Parks.
 
We’ll be planting large native trees in the Galena Soo’nkahni Preserve on the Jordan River Parkway Trail in Draper. Parking is available in the SE corner of the eBay Parking Lot on Vista Station Blvd. (approx. 13275 S 700 W in Draper)
 
Walk across Vista Station Blvd. approx. 1/4 mile to the JR Trail

Saturday, April 13, 10:00 am- 12:00 pm*

We’ll be planting native tree seedling planting along the Millcreek Confluence of the Jordan River, 1042 W 2780 S, West Valley City in conjunction with KRCL Community Radio and Seven Canyons Trust. Funding is also made possible with funding from Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts and Parks.

Saturday, April 20th, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Alta Earthday Celebration ski and tree i.d. tours on the hour. Discounted lift tickets available (limited quantity) email amy@treeutah.org to purchase.

Alta Ski Area Wildcat Base

Friday, April 26th, 10:00 am-12:00 pm Join us for the annual Arbor Day Statewide Celebration at Red Butte Garden. Fun activities for families, free admission, and the presentation of Arbor Day Poster Contest winners.

Friday, April 26th 3:00-6:00 pm* Large park tree planting in Mountain View Park in Cottonwood Heights. Sponsored by KSL (with a live broadcast) and Ivory Homes.

Tuesday, April 30, 6:00 pm. Beekeeping workshop with Westminster College’s resident beekeeper. Curious about beekeeping? Come to this informational workshop to check out the beehives that Westminster College maintains. Learn some basics (from a distance) and sample different types of honey.

*When you arrive you’ll see the green TreeUtah tent. You must sign a waiver in order to participate. 18 and younger will need a guardian to sign a waiver for them. Please wear closed-toe shoes, long pants, and clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty.  Bring a hat, water bottle, and sunscreen.  TreeUtah will provide tools, gloves, light breakfast snacks, water to refill your bottle and everything else we need.