Because life is better with

open space.

 
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Saving land
is a good thing for us all.

People from around the world come here because of what our open lands offer: awe-inspiring views, incredible scenery and wildlife, world-class outdoor recreation, and an unparalleled lifestyle you can find nowhere else.

The Summit Land Conservancy works tirelessly to protect these lands and our communities. We hustle, we fundraise, we problem-solve, we negotiate, and we collaborate on agreements—everything it takes to preserve what we love about this place. This community, our donors, our landowners, and our visitors all depend on us to do it. And we relish the task.


Let’s Get Hoppy! Hoppy Hour | October 12

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The hills are alive with… wild growing hops?

Mark your calendars for our favorite community event that celebrates Park City’s open spaces and the wild hops that grow on them! Join us Saturday, October 12 from 6-8 PM and taste our wild hops ale, Clothing Hoptional, brewed by our friends at Wasatch Brew Pub. This truly unique brew is crafted with hops, descendants from the plants brought here by German miners, harvested from places protected by the Summit Land Conservancy. Best part? All proceeds will save the lands you love.

Volunteer for our hops harvest September 13 HERE. Email julia@wesaveland.org to learn more!


Our next big event.

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hops harvest with wasatch brew pub

The hops are ready to be picked and the beer is ready to be brewed! Join Summit Land Conservancy for Hops Hunters last hoorah! We've spent the summer exploring conserved open space and monitoring the wild hops, and now it's time to harvest the bounty in preparation for Hoppy Hour!

On Friday, September 13th, we'll meet at Wasatch Brewery, 250 Main Street, Park City UT 84060, at 9am in Swede Alley. Please bring gardening gloves and shears if you have them! After we've harvested our wild hops, we'll pick the fresh cones and enjoy a delicious lunch, thanks to Wasatch Brewing. Space is limited, so RSVP today!

Get outside, get involved.

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programs & events for all

Nearly every season of the year, we offer programs with a little good-timin’ for a good cause. Events include our nighttime Moon Shine Adventures, Hops Hunters Hikes, and even Outdoor Explorers and Little Explorers summer camps for kids! We aim to get people outside enjoying the open spaces we work so hard to protect. Because what we do is a gift that keeps on giving—to the entire community.


How we do it.

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all together now.

Open space is the heart of our community. Since 2002, the Summit Land Conservancy has been preserving the regional landscapes you cherish in Park City and Summit County for future generations. We are a strictly local organization, staffed and run by area residents dedicated to saving land. We work with landowners, donors, our local government, and with partner organizations who share a stake in what we do. It takes a lot of creative problem-solving, and a heaping dose of community fun to get the job done.

How to help.

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there’s something for everyone.

This is a cause we all benefit from—and there are ways for us all to chip in and make it happen! Whether you make a large gift or a small gift, volunteer, or attend one of our events, you’re helping to save our invaluable open spaces. Your efforts, contributions, and connections can go a long way. Visit our DONATE page and follow our social media networks for ways to get involved!

 

Something we all have a stake in.

Whatever your beliefs, whatever your recreational interests, wherever you’re from—this video offers a glimpse of why it matters to you.

 
 
 

The work is ongoing. But the numbers show: it’s working.

5,766

Acres saved throughout our 17-year history

$13.2 Million

Federal funds leveraged to preserve Summit County lands forever.

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Family farms preserved forever in Summit County

 

land can be developed once.

Or saved forever.

 
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