It's no secret that we came to Park City for the open space. The trails, the wildlife, and the endless views brought us here, and it is why we still choose to stay.
Summit Land Conservancy is proud to serve as your local land trust in Park City and Summit County. For sixteen years we have worked with our communities to preserve over 5,000 acres of the lands you cherish, and we are currently working to save another 5,000. Before the end of 2018, our
conservation team will close on five more conservation easements; these include scenic pasture lands along the Weber and our FIRST property within the Provo River Watershed!
The past year has been full of progress and success. The Conservancy closed on the 11-acre Kings Crown easement; the iconic hillside above Old Town painted orange with maples and gambel oak trees. We also collaborated with the City of Oakley to permanently protect the 20-acre natural area Stevens Grove; an enchanting place where kids can explore and splash in the Weber River. Together, with our wonderful community, we raised over $3.5 million towards saving one of the last living farms in the Snyderville Basin-- and are working to raise another $1.7 million to seal the deal! And last but not least, we partnered with members of the nonprofit world and many dedicated Park City residents to pass the Park City Open Space Bond which will preserve our small mountain town and safeguard Treasure Hill for future generations.
2018 has been GREAT, but we couldn't have done it without YOU. Please remember us in your year-end giving, because it takes all of us to save the places we love.