Join Summit Land Conservancy at South Summit Foundation’s trail work day

OAKLEY, Utah — Since 2016, Summit Land Conservancy (SLC) has been working with the City of Oakley and willing landowners to place land and trail easements along the Weber River corridor.

The Oakley River Corridor Project will connect Oakley from the base of the Uintas to Peoa, with seven miles of soft-surface trails. The project ensures public recreational access for non-motorized users, including anglers, hikers, bikers, equestrians, and nature lovers of all kinds.

“Come get a first look at this amazing multi-use trail system that meanders along the Weber River, and be part of creating a truly unique trail experience for you and the next generation,” writes Cheryl Fox, SLC executive director, in a statement.

South Summit Trails Foundation is holding a community-wide work party on Saturday, July 13, from 9:00 a.m. to noon. Volunteers should meet at the Cell Towers on New Lane Rd.

Bring tree pruners, weed eaters, water, snacks, and work gloves.

Any questions may be addressed to Howard Sorensen at 801-641-4000.

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