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Utah Open Lands Updates: March 16- March 27

In taking the necessary precautions for the health and safety of our community, Utah Open Lands' Main Street office will be closed through March 27. Staff will be working from home, meetings will be held online and events will be postponed, or canceled, throughout the month of March. Stay tuned for updates after this point.

While our physical office may be closed for the next two weeks, the lands we love are still open. We encourage our community to enjoy a moment in nature to relax, and to de-stress. Our natural spaces allow refreshment, and solace in these uncertain times. From a snowy stroll on the North Round Valley Preserve to a bike ride along the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, take the opportunity to find peace in our natural world. Thank you for your understanding, and please do not hesitate to contact us with further questions or comments. 

 

WE NEED YOUR HELP

 

This is a challenging time for each of us and we are all learning as we go how to navigate this unique situation. With that being said, we are still faced with deadlines for saving these lands. We are looking to you, our community and members, to help us raise these dollars needed in new and creative ways. If you have comments, suggestions or concerns, please fill out the form below and we will address them as soon as possible. Thank you all for your cooperation and understanding. Our phone lines are open, and staff is available via e-mail to address all needs in the meantime. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have questions about upcoming status? Have a fundraising idea? We'd love to hear from you!


WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR OPEN SPACE?

In the coming days, Utah Open Lands will continue to work towards the preservation of our open spaces throughout the state. We will keep campaigning, and working creatively to raise the dollars needed to save...
- The Albert Kohler Legacy Farm
This fourth-generation, iconic dairy operation at the entry corridor of Midway, nestled in Heber Valley is at risk of development. Utah Open Lands is racing to raise the $7 million needed to save this 100-acre open space in the heart of the Wasatch Back
To read more about the Albert Kohler Legacy Farm Project, click HERE
- Cottonwood Heights Bonneville Shoreline Trail
Utah Open Lands is racing to raise the remaining $1.5 million to save what could be a critical anchor point for the Bonneville Shoreline Trail at the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon. We have until June 1 to raise the dollars needed to save this property from the development of 11 residential lots. 
To learn more about the Cottonwood Heights BST Project, click HERE.
- Allen Park
Utah Open Lands will continue to work towards making the potential for the preservation of this cherished neighborhood refuge a reality. 
To learn more about the potential preservation of Allen Park, click HERE.
 

*Please note, donor acknowledgment of mail-in donations will be delayed due to staff working remotely. Please allow additional time for the processing of checks. Electronic donations will be managed as usual. Thank you.