Projects





At the Jordan River Restoration Site

Restoration

GSLA is working cooperatively with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, TreeUtah, IHI Environmental, and the Utah Reclamation Mitigation and Conservation Commission to restore approximately 120 acres of land along the Jordan River for migratory birds. We need volunteers to help us plant trees, to monitor and maintain irrigation systems, and to map noxious weeds. To volunteer, please contact Keith at (801) 467-6497 or jandkjohnson@juno.com



Highway Cleanup Project

We are always looking for ways to generate positive publicity for GSLA. In this case, rather than use a billboard, we plan to clean up a stretch of highway. Not only will this benefit the environment, but GSLA will receive recognition along a corridor where there is lots of traffic. If you would like to volunteer, please call our office (801.521-2939) or contact Sylvia Gray.



Wetland Restoration

GSLA holds a 5-acre conservation easement and we are working to replace non-native vegetation with native wetland species. Volunteers are needed to help remove Russian olive and/or to plant native seedlings. Contact Nathan Darnall (801.755.4480).




 

  Last modified: February 5, 2006

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