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coming up: the blue sky bash
Summit Land Conservancy’s 5th Annual Blue Sky Bash will be held on August 24, 2019 at the Blue Sky Ranch in Wanship, UT. The summer’s best benefit party celebrating open space features cocktails and dinner by High West Distillery & Saloon, a lively auction led by renown auctioneer Larry Flinn, and dancing and frolicking into the night. A complimentary shuttle coach to and from the Bash from Park City is provided with RSVP. This event is for cowboys and cowgirls 21 and older only. This event only allows for 230 people, so don’t wait! Early Bird Tickets are $300 each before June 30.
RECENTLY IN THE “WIN” COLUMN
We regularly get involved with local initiatives: like advocating for the Park City Open Space Bond of 2018. This push to “Preserve Park City” and save a priceless parcel of land known as Treasure Hill was part of a collaborative effort with other local nonprofits dedicated to protecting the open spaces of our small mountain town community. The great news on this one: voters agreed with us and, in November, overwhelmingly decided to purchase and preserve the iconic wooded hillside located just steps away from Historic Main Street of Park City. Thanks to the residents of Park City, future generations will enjoy this view forever.
Go all out: get to know our programs and events.
There’s a way for everyone to save land and have a heaping dose of fun while doing so. From kids’ summer camps to our annual Hops Hunters Hoppy Hour, we fill the calendar with colorful (and educational!) opportunities to make a big impact. The best part is: everything we do helps our community grow healthier!
MOON SHINE ADVENTURES
This free and fun event is an adventurous way to learn about our local open spaces and trails while hiking, biking or skiing under the moonlight!
kids outdoors program
With help from our local partners, we’re able to bring unstructured nature play and stewardship awareness to our local youth.
outdoor explorer summer camps
Our multi-week summer camps combine structured outdoor recreation with education about our natural and cultural history.
Join a summer hike to search for wild hops growing on our mountain slopes—then come to our Hoppy Hour to swill and savor the bounty.
Newsletters: you heard it here first.
We archive each monthly newsletter to make sure no important effort gets lost in the noise.
In the media: our preservation efforts.
Meet Summit Land Conservancy’s ‘Conservationist of the Year’, Tenneson Klein. Because of his unrelenting efforts, the Osguthorpe Farm will be preserved for future generations.
Press releases: get the story.
Preserve Park City? Bonanza Flats? Osguthorpe Farm? Get the key details on our recent stories here.
Fact sheets: the nitty gritty.
Read the key facts and details on our recent conservation efforts.