Join the Seven Canyons Trust, Jordan River Commission, and TreeUtah to keep 1,500 thirsty trees alive!
On April 29, the Seven Canyons Trust, Mark Miller Subaru, TreeUtah, and Hawkwatch International planted 1,500 native seedlings at the Mill Creek Confluence. Now, it's up to us to give these trees the best chance at survival. Please join us to water the newly planted native trees, learn about your local hydrology and ecology, and give back to the community.
What to be ready for
Participate for allotted time
Participate in rain or shine
Walk a mile on uneven surfaces
Carry loads of up to 50 lbs, depending on capability
Participate in various activities, including but not limited to invasive species removal and garbage clean-up
Learn about the hydrology of the Salt Lake Valley
Sign liability waiver in advance of event
What to bring
Long pants, closed-toe shoes, hat, and sunglasses
Necessary medications or precautions for allergies, etc.
Reusable Water Bottle
Signed Volunteer Contract (if under 18)