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Mountain biker utilizes Mountain Trails for
                                                                                                                             an autumn ride.

                                                                                                                             Photo Credit: Rebekah Stevens

SUMMIT LAND CONSERVANCY                                            Think back to when you experienced Park City for the first time. Most likely,
                                                                   your memories are consumed with wide-open views, crisp air, quiet trails and
WISH LIST $100: gives 30 at-risk kids a chance to play in nature;
$500: monitors 190 acres in Empire Canyon each year; $1,000:

saves an acre of sage grouse habitat; $20,000: protects an acre an abundance of wildlife. Today, protecting Park City’s unique natural world is

of farmland and fishing access along the Weber River               a must. While other western ski resort areas are surrounded by public lands,

                                                                   Park City and Summit County’s mountains, fields, riverfronts and agricultural

lands are privately owned, exposing them to development. This makes the land exceptionally difficult to protect, but Summit Land Conservancy is not

deterred. Since 2002, they’ve been preserving the regional landscapes you cherish. You can see the results of their work when you fly fish the Weber

River, ski Empire Canyon at Deer Valley Resort, or walk your dog in Round Valley. Right now, the organization protects over 3,000 acres of open space,

and they have their sights set on 2,200 more. Through programs designed to get the people of Park City out into the land they protect, Summit Land

Conservancy is working to ensure all our residents are committed to their efforts. But without your support, the programming and resources needed

to continue this preservation will be compromised. Help support the important work of Summit Land Conservancy to maintain the natural beauty and

resources that you treasure.

Cheryl Fox, Executive Director . P.O. Box 1775, Park City, UT 84060 . 435-649-0220 . .


Peregrine Bosler, Development Director . 1258 Center Drive Park City, UT 84098 . 435-797-8939 . .


Trisha Worthington, Executive Vice President & Chief Development Officer . 1 Victory Lane, P.O. Box 100, Park City, UT 84060 . 435-647-2075 . .


Chad Brackelsberg, Executive Director . 2091 E Murray Holladay Dr, Suite 21, Salt Lake City, UT 84117 . 612-599-6892 . .

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