Save the date and join us!
EcoGarden Workdays from 4-7pm.
Tuesday – Next date October 22nd
The EcoGarden is located next door to the Day Riverside Library at 1575 West 1000 North. http://treeutah.org/volunteer/ecogarden/
Please check back frequently for updates!
Multiple Dates to join:
Diamond Fork Creek fire restoration plantings
We are planting trees into a landscape damaged by the Bald Mountain fire at Diamond Fork Creek in Spanish Fork Canyon. Sponsored by Ivory Homes 30,000 Trees initiative, Dominion Energy, and TreeUtah. Join during one of our time-slots available on October 17th, 18th and 19th. We would love to see you there to help restore the landscape. We’ll bring all the tools, gloves, and trees. You wear sun protection, warm layers and bring your refillable water bottle.
Thursday, October 17th 9-noon
Thursday, October 17th 1-4 PM
Friday, October 18th 9-noon
Friday, October 18th 1-4 PM
Saturday, October 19th 9-noon
Location: 40°02’44.7″N 111°28’05.4″W
From Salt Lake City, expect travel to take a little over an hour. Travel southbound on I-15. In Spanish Fork, use the right 2 lanes to take exit 257 B-A for US 6 East towards Price, Utah. Continue on US-6 East for about 10.7 miles. Turn left onto Diamond Fork Road. Follow Diamond Fork Rd.
Try to arrive 15 to 20 minutes early for your shift to allow for traffic and have time to sign a waiver, eat snacks and have a hot beverage with us prior to your planting demonstration. Questions? You can always reach our office at 801-364-2122 (if we are in the field, leave us a message and we will get back to you). Or, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please pre-register by filling out the Volunteer Waiver below with your dates!
Saturday October 19 – 10am to 5pm
Nature is thriving right under our noses in Utah’s cities and towns. Come meet the wild plants and animals that share our communities in Nature All Around Us, a special exhibition celebrating the Natural History Museum of Utah’s 50th anniversary.
On opening day of Nature All Around Us, the Museum will host a celebration to launch the new exhibit and highlight the many community partners throughout Utah that helped bring it to life.
The opening celebration is included with Museum admission, which is free for Museum Members and University of Utah faculty, staff, and students.
Saturday – October 26
Join us to plant small trees at Fitts Park in South Salt Lake!
Plant trees in Fitts Park in South Salt Lake thanks to the KRCL radio community and Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts and Parks funding. Saturday, October 26, 10 to noon. Contains important waterways that are tributaries to the Jordan River. 3050 S 500 E, South Salt Lake, UT 84106. We’ll gather from 9:30 to 10am with hot beverages and bagels, then get planting. We’ll bring all the tools, gloves, and trees. You wear sun protection, warm layers and bring your refillable water bottle.
Saturday – November 2 – Save the Date
Plant trees with us on the Jordan River from 9 to noon. Details TBA soon.