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Ten Mile Point Stewardship Project

The Land TBD The Work Project details TBD Our Objective: TBD Itinerary A comprehensive itinerary will be provided to registered volunteers. Saturday, Nov 6th: Meet at designated location at 9:00am. Travel to site. Sunday, Nov 7th: Complete work project. Project Rating  Level 2 – Our most common trip incorporates mid- to heavy-lifting, work in remote landscapes at varying […]

Canaan Mountain Wilderness Stewardship Project

The Land: Adjacent to the southeast boundary of Zion National Park, Canaan Mountain Wilderness is comprised of approximately 44,500 acres of public land in Washington County. In this wilderness, an 8-by-10 mile block of Navajo Sandstone, bounded by 2,000-foot-high cliffs, has been sculpted by wind and water over time into a landscape of soaring cliff […]

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument – Big Spencer Flat

The Land The 1.7 million-acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is an extraordinary landscape. Over the last 20 years, Grand Staircase-Escalante has claimed its place as a crown jewel equal to Utah’s national parks. The monument is world renowned for its remarkable paleontological discoveries, stunning scenery, and outstanding recreational opportunities. Local communities have benefited with significant […]

La Sal Mountains – Pack Creek Watershed Restoration

The Land The Manti-La Sal National Forest covers more than 1.2 million acres (4,900 km2) and is located in the central and southeastern parts of Utah and the extreme western part of Colorado. The La Sal Mountains are located south/southeast of Moab, Utah in Grand and San Juan Counties. The name of the range dates to Spanish times, when […]

GSENM – Calf Creek Falls Stewardship Project

The Land The 1.7 million-acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is an extraordinary landscape. Over the last 20 years, Grand Staircase-Escalante has claimed its place as a crown jewel equal to Utah’s national parks. The monument is world renowned for its remarkable paleontological discoveries, stunning scenery, and outstanding recreational opportunities. Local communities have benefited with significant […]

Labyrinth Canyon Wilderness Stewardship Week

The Land On March 12, 2019, the Emery County Public Land Management Act was signed into law as the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act. As part of that act, the Emery County Public Land Management Act protected 663,000 acres of public lands as designated wilderness, including acreage in Muddy Creek, Desolation […]

Book Cliffs Stewardship Project

The Land Between Price, Utah and Grand Junction, Colorado, Highway 6 and Interstate 70 cross 170 miles of barren and windswept terrain. The drive would be lonely but for a constant companion: the thousand-foot-high wall of the Book Cliffs that parallels the highway just to the north. Winding for 250 miles across Utah and Colorado, […]

BENM Archaeological Survey Week

The Land With the designation of Bears Ears National Monument on December 28th, 2016, a new layer of protection was granted to some of the most spectacular places in southern Utah. There is Cedar Mesa, with its incredible canyons running toward the San Juan River. There is White Canyon to the west of Natural Bridges. […]

Northern Utah Stewardship Project I

The Land TBD The Work TBD Our Objective: To remediate the impacts of off-road vehicle travel and camping in northern Utah wilderness study areas. Itinerary A comprehensive itinerary will be provided to registered volunteers. Monday, June 6th: Early Arrival + Campout Tuesday, June 7th: Orientation + Day 1 Wednesday, June 8th: Day 2 + Completion Project Rating  […]

Water Canyon Stewardship Project

The Land Adjacent to the southeast boundary of Zion National Park, Canaan Mountain Wilderness is comprised of approximately 44,500 acres of public land in Washington County. In this wilderness, an 8-by-10 mile block of Navajo Sandstone, bounded by 2,000-foot-high cliffs, has been sculpted by wind and water over time into a landscape of soaring cliff […]

Bears Ears National Monument – Wilderness Stewardship Project

The Land With the designation of Bears Ears National Monument on December 28th, 2016, a new layer of protection was granted to some of the most spectacular places in southern Utah. There is Cedar Mesa, with its incredible canyons running toward the San Juan River. There is White Canyon to the west of Natural Bridges. […]

La Sal Mountains Stewardship Project

The Land The Manti-La Sal National Forest covers more than 1.2 million acres (4,900 km2) and is located in the central and southeastern parts of Utah and the extreme western part of Colorado. The La Sal Mountains are located south/southeast of Moab, Utah in Grand and San Juan Counties. The name of the range dates to Spanish times, when […]

Bears Ears National Monument – Wildlife Stewardship Project

The Land With the designation of Bears Ears National Monument on December 28th, 2016, a new layer of protection was granted to some of the most spectacular places in southern Utah. There is Cedar Mesa, with its incredible canyons running toward the San Juan River. There is White Canyon to the west of Natural Bridges. […]

Westwater Canyon – National Public Lands Day Volunteer Appreciation Project

The Land The Westwater Canyon WSA spans the Westwater Canyon portion of the Colorado River with the eastern two-thirds of these protected lands located in the Dolores Triangle. Major tributary canyons on the east side of the river include Little Dolores, Marble, and Star canyons. A short box canyon, Little Hole, and a rincon (Big […]

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Public Lands Day Weekend

The Land The 1.7 million-acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is an extraordinary landscape. Over the last 20 years, Grand Staircase-Escalante has claimed its place as a crown jewel equal to Utah’s national parks. The monument is world renowned for its remarkable paleontological discoveries, stunning scenery, and outstanding recreational opportunities. Local communities have benefited with significant […]

House Range Stewardship Project

The Land Utah’s West Desert is a remote, sprawling collection of magnificent landscapes containing a series of distinctive “island” ranges including the Deep Creek Mountains, the House Range, the Wah-Wahs, Notch Peak, and more. Spanning several counties and hundreds of miles of remote roads, many of the regions spectacular features are protected as wilderness study areas […]

Muddy Creek Wilderness Stewardship Week

The Land On March 12, 2019, the Emery County Public Land Management Act was signed into law as the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act. As part of that act, the Emery County Public Land Management Act protected 663,000 acres of public lands as designated wilderness, including acreage in Muddy Creek, Desolation […]

Red Wash Stewardship Project

The Land Labyrinth Canyon – a meandering stretch of the Green River carrying the river to its confluence with the mighty Colorado – received wild and scenic protections in 2019 as part of the Dingell Act, or Emery County Lands Bill. However, due to the fact of the river’s being divided midstream between Emery and […]

Cedar Mountain Wilderness Stewardship Project – Fall

The Land The Cedar Mountain Wilderness is located in northwestern Utah. The vegetation on the upper elevations is dominated by junipers, hence the name. The Cedar Mountain Wilderness includes more than half of the 180,000 acres (730 km2) Cedar Mountain Herd Management Area, where feral horses have grazed since they were introduced in the late 19th century.  A survey […]

Washington County Wilderness Project I

The Land The wilderness lands of Washington County, Utah are diverse and extensive. Through the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009, Congress designated approximately 129,300 acres of BLM-managed public lands as wilderness in Washington County. The BLM's St. George Field Office manages nearly 132,000 acres of designated wilderness in 15 wilderness areas ranging in […]

Washington County Wilderness Project II

The Land The wilderness lands of Washington County, Utah are diverse and extensive. Through the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009, Congress designated approximately 129,300 acres of BLM-managed public lands as wilderness in Washington County. The BLM's St. George Field Office manages nearly 132,000 acres of designated wilderness in 15 wilderness areas ranging in […]

Mill Creek Canyon WSA

The Land The Mill Creek Canyon wilderness study area is Moab’s periurban wilderness – magnificent in its scope despite an onslaught of pressures from the nearby community’s thriving recreation industry. The proposed wilderness features a series of canyons cut by perennial streams and ephemeral washes, lush with riparian vegetation. Pinyon-juniper forest fills out the higher […]

Emery County Wilderness – Spring

The Land On March 12, 2019, the Emery County Public Land Management Act was signed into law as the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act. As part of that act, the Emery County Public Land Management Act protected 663,000 acres of public lands as designated wilderness, including acreage in Muddy Creek, Desolation […]

Cedar Mesa Stewardship Project

The Land With the designation of Bears Ears National Monument on December 28th, 2016, a new layer of protection was granted to some of the most spectacular places in southern Utah. There is Cedar Mesa, with its incredible canyons running toward the San Juan River. There is White Canyon to the west of Natural Bridges. […]

Book Cliffs

The Land Between Price, Utah and Grand Junction, Colorado, Highway 6 and Interstate 70 cross 170 miles of barren and windswept terrain. The drive would be lonely but for a constant companion: the thousand-foot-high wall of the Book Cliffs that parallels the highway just to the north. Winding for 250 miles across Utah and Colorado, it […]