South Summit Trails Foundation

Author Archives : Hanz Johansson

SSTF Get Together

On November 13, 2017, Posted by , In General Information,Volunteer, By , , With No Comments

We are having a big group meeting on Nov 15 at 6:30pm at the Oakley City Hall (960 west center, Oakley, UT). We plan to have refreshments with some social time. We will be updating everyone on what has been done this summer and what opportunities exist to get more involved. We…

Live PC Give PC Thanks

On November 12, 2017, Posted by , In General Information, With No Comments

Many thanks to everyone who donated in the 2017 Live PC Give PC fundraising event. Extra big thanks to everyone who chose South Summit Trails Foundation as the recipient of the donations. We received $2,417 from 55 unique donors. In addition to these donations we also received $5,000 in matching…

STEVENS GROVE WORK DAY

On October 28, 2017, Posted by , In General Information,Projects,Trail News,Volunteer, With No Comments

On November 11, join us from 8am to noon as we start work on the new trail at Stevens Grove. (Directions below). Steven’s Grove is located where Millrace Rd. crosses the Weber River. With local support, Summit Land Conservation purchased this 1/2 mile of the Weber River, which will be turned over to…

FRANSON LANE PARK WORK PARTY

On October 28, 2017, Posted by , In General Information,Projects,Trail News,Volunteer, With No Comments

Join us on Saturday, October 28, from 8am to noon. We will be helping Oakley resident Braxton Booth with his Eagle Scout Project of creating an exciting new perimeter trail at Franson Lane! The trail will be a non-motorized 1 mile loop in one of the prettiest areas of Oakley. If you haven’t…

Live PC Give PC

On October 22, 2017, Posted by , In Fundraising,General Information, By , , With No Comments

This is the biggest fundraising day of the year. Please… Please… Join thousands of donors on November 10th to support the future of Summit County. Donate to South Summit Trails Foundation and help us make trails a reality in the Kamas Valley. Click here to donate. On another note. Are you registered…