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03 September 2014
ALTA TREE PLANTING
Trees are vital not only to the beauty of the mountains, but to the health of our watersheds and the operation of resorts like Alta Ski Area. We invite you to discover a whole new side of Alta Ski Area by joining us to plant 2,000 trees on September 6th, 2014! Both rugged and rewarding; this will be a fun day to enjoy and give back to the beautiful Little Cottonwood Canyon.
When: Saturday, September 6th, 2014 from 8am to 12pm.
Registration is REQUIRED, so please reserve your spot HERE!
Where: Albion Grill, Alta Ski Area
A light breakfast will be provided including donations of coffee and tea from Starbucksand bagels from Einstein Bagel. The Albion Grill will be offering 25% off food for volunteers to enjoy lunch after planting.
100 Volunteers are needed, ages 14+, and online registration is required because we need to know the hiking abilities of the volunteers. Some groups will ride lifts and some will hike to plant, but all will be in rocky mountain terrain.
What to Bring:
Sturdy close toed hiking shoes or boots
Clothing appropriate for conditions (we suggest long pants and quick dry materials that can get dirty and take wear and tear)
A backpack to carry your refillable water bottle, snacks or other needed items
Gloves if you prefer to have your own