Sending out big thanks!

Thanks to the Braun Family (Tyler, Sarah, Haven & Serenity) who purchased new 4×4 posts and reinstalled the welcome sign along the Coal Creek walking path, originally made as a Boy Scout Eagle Project.

Thanks to Shane Christensen for spreading gravel around the rehabilitation facilities, parking area, repairing the broken bridge, and providing maintenance and repairs around the Information Destination restrooms and picnic area at the Cedar Canyon Nature Park.

Thanks to Ben Herring of and his crew as they work after hours to bring together the two halves of a 20’ x 40’ modular office building which will serve as our first phase visitor’s center for the Cedar Canyon Nature Park.

We need many more volunteers as we continue to develop the Cedar Canyon Nature Park and remodel our first phase visitor’s center. If you would like to volunteer your time and talent please email info@gowildlife.org or give us a call at 435-586-4693. We are looking for eager people with a variety of skills to help us.

We want to extend our thanks to Nicole Shafer, Alyson Tarrant and Dr. Jacqualine Grant for volunteering their time as board members and helping to make so much progress possible in the development of the Cedar Canyon Nature Park these past few years.

Thank you Dr. Jacqualine Grant for providing such an interesting and informative lecture before the music began on Friday August 31 about Monarch butterflies, pollinators and the plants they need to survive and help our environment. Her knowledge and passion made for a great presentation and got us all excited to help the environment, each in our own way.

Thank you Tom Bennett, singer, songwriter & one man band to who provided a delightful evening of original music at our 3rd Campfire Concert in the Canyon on August 31. Jennifer Alger, Patrick Shannon and Susan Tyner for setup and cleanup for these programs and the Youth Volunteer Corp (YVC) for offering free face painting to the youth that attended the concert.

Upcoming Events

Our sincere appreciation goes out to Kenny Russel, Paul “Pablo” Schwartz and Tom Bennett; singers and songwriters that provided their time and talent to entertain us at our first three campfire concerts this year.

For those that have missed out any of these great opportunities, join us for our last Campfire Concert of the 2018 season on Friday, September 28th. Meet two of our newest Wildlife Ambassadors as Martin Tyner introduces Piper and Belle at 7 PM and enjoy Mountaintop Sound’s duo, Steven Swift and April McPherson as they entertain us with their Roots Blues style music at 7:30 PM