The Trust for Public Land
The Trust for Public Land (TPL) is a national, nonprofit, land conservation organization that conserves land for people to enjoy as parks, community gardens, historic sites, rural lands, and other natural places, ensuring livable communities for generations to come.
- Earmarked donations for two projects in Eastern Summit County to preserve a working farm along the Weber River and a ranch in the Chalk Creek area
- General support for office operations and transaction-related expenses: $100,000 goal
- Urban programs (Bonneville Shoreline Trail, Wasatch Front foothills, Parks for People program, and public access $50,000 goal
- Farm and Ranchland Protection Programs ( farms and ranches throughout the state: $50,000 goal
- Acquisition fund (available for purchases of Utah lands under threat of development): $250,000 goal
- Donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by the IRS and can be sent to the address below.
How to Help
- Helping TPL-Utah identify important properties for conservation and bringing TPL in before or early after properties come on the market.
- Inviting TPL to work with local governments to pass local funding measures to land conservation.
- Giving and raising funds for land acquisition and transaction-related expenses.
- Helping with events and operations tasks.
- Telling others about our mission, "land for people."
The Trust for Public Land-Utah
323 South 600 East, Suite 200
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
TPL-Utah State Director
TPL-Utah Development Director
505-988-5922, Ext. 114
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