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Reimagine SLC! #GivingTuesday

Reimagine SLC! #GivingTuesday
"We need your help now more than ever during #GivingTuesday. The time is now to heal and repair our Valley's hydrology. With a tax-deductible donation to the Seven Canyons Trust, we can realize our 100-year vision to address water quality impairments, economic vulnerabilities, and quality of life."

SL Costume Building

SL Costume Building
"With efforts to restore the historic sense of the SL Costume Building and signage, the creek could add an extra historic and cultural narrative to this fantastic project. By harnessing the history of place – where the creeks once flowed freely – this project will become a demonstration for additional efforts to uncover the County’s 21 miles of buried waterways"

A Creek Walk

A Creek Walk
"A Creek Walk with the Seven Canyons Trust exemplifies the key aspects of community engagement within environmental justice. By engaging students face-to-face, injustices can be addressed, not only to the valley’s waterways, but also to the community members."

Where the Waters Meet

Where the Waters Meet
"The three, blue-painted pathways that merge together create a visual representation of the nearby Three Creeks Confluence. In addition, the piece represents the convergence of different cultures in the Glendale neighborhood."

Artists wanted!

Artists wanted!
"The Seven Canyons Trust is seeking an artist to assist with the design and implementation of a temporary installation at 1300 South 800 West in the Salt Lake City neighborhood of Glendale."

1,000 foot daylighting

1,000 foot daylighting
"There is opportunity to daylight over 1,000 feet of Emigration Creek at the perimeter of Herman Franks Park to activate the space between the baseball diamonds and the surrounding roads. The restored creek channel will create a beautiful backdrop for the current uses at the park, without disrupting them in any way."

Donor Highlight

Donor Highlight
"We donated to the Seven Canyons Trust because Utah’s streams and dark skies are natural resources that have been treated quite badly, and there are now models for reversing the damage. Restoring the basic relationship between snowpack and streambed, and between nighttime and dark somehow seem connected."

$2,500 from Jordan River Commission

$2,500 from Jordan River Commission

We are extremely excited to announce the acquisition of $2,500 in grant funding from the Jordan River Commission's Jordan River Assistance Fund! This grant will help fund our Seven Creeks | Walk Series.

Rediscovering Emigration Creek

Rediscovering Emigration Creek
"As I looked down, at my feet, at the mountains beyond, and those drainages further, I wanted to investigate exactly what happened to the water as it melted. Upon further investigation I followed many of these creeks, quite literally, underground."