Park City is growing and growing rapidly. As such, it is extremely important for people to be active in determining which areas of Summit county should be developed and which should be left for the enjoyment of future generations. This page lists Park City web sites concern with preserving the abundant riches of this mountain paradise.
Envision Utah (www.envisionutah.org) is a political organization concerned with defining quality growth policies in Utah. The site contains a great deal of information on the challenges of growth in the valley, and are eager to hear your opinions.
High Uintas Preservation Council (www.hupc.org) - review We believe the preservation of wilderness, the flow of wildness and the well-being of the human animal go hand in hand. We seek solutions to these land preservation issues, remembering that we are part of this world.
Save Our Canyons (www.saveourcanyons.org) - review Dedicated to Protecting the Beauty and Wildness of the Wasatch Canyons.
Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (suwa.org) SUWA builds strong and lasting public support for wilderness preservation by focusing its attention on grassroots activists and public outreach campaigns.
Utah Open Lands (www.utahopenlands.org) A non-profit group dedicated to preserving Utah Open Lands.
Utah Rivers Council (utahrivers.org) community-based, grassroots, non-profit organization dedicated to conservation and stewardship of Utah's rivers and sustainable, clean water sources for Utah citizens and wildlife for generations to come.
Recycling Coalition of Utah (www.utahrecycles.org) RCU has information on what you can recycle and where you can recycle in Park City. So Let's get an extra use out of Utah...reduce, reuse and recycle.
Swaner Nature Preserve (www.swanernaturepreserve.org) - review Swaner Nature Preserve is helping protect more than 1050 acres in the Snyderville Basin
Summit Land Conservancy (wesaveland.org) - review The Summit County Conservancy is actively establishing partnerships with landowners to preserve agricultural lands, range land and waterways in Summit County.