We are proud to join Urban Habitat and Salt Lake City Trails & Natural Lands in presenting Stop the Spread, a new online resource to becoming a noxious weed steward. Whether you are a hiker, cyclist, dog-parent, lover of the outdoors, or a Salt Lake County citizen who is looking for new ways to get out of the house and make a difference, your help is essential to keeping our natural lands healthy and open for all (human and wildlife) to enjoy. Please visit the partnership website to learn how you can get involved, and help take back our lands from dangerous, invasive weeds.
A noxious weed eradication task force that ambitiously aims at tackling areas in the Salt Lake City foothills and Red Butte Canyon. Sponsored by Red Butte Garden, The Natural History Museum of Utah, and Salt Lake County Weed Control.
Salt Lake County Open Space preserves natural lands located in Salt Lake County for the enjoyment of county residents and the public at large.
Are you interested in volunteering for Salt Lake City Trails and Natural Lands? Thank you! We love our volunteers and depend on you for help in keeping our lands beautiful.
Cottonwood Canyons Foundation works to continuously improve the environments of Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons through education and stewardship programs.
Volunteer as a Citizen Scientist!
Join our project on iNaturalist! Download the app and use your phone to take a photo and GPS point of any suspicious or noxious plants that you encounter in your neighborhood or on your hike. Your observations alert us to new infestations, newly introduced species, and invasive plants that we have on our watch list. Check out our project!