• Education. Stewardship. Volunteer.
  • Education. Stewardship. Volunteer.
  • Education. Stewardship. Volunteer.
  • Education. Stewardship. Volunteer.
  • Education. Stewardship. Volunteer.
  • Education. Stewardship. Volunteer.

We are a non-political non-profit organization with a mission to continuously improve the environment of Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons through stewardship and education programs. Our work is accomplished by actively partnering with hard-working citizens, non-profit organizations, the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Salt Lake City Watershed, Alta, Brighton, Snowbird and Solitude ski areas, REI, and other area groups and businesses. CCF works with hundreds of dedicated volunteers who give thousands of service hours each year to conduct educational and environmental improvement projects. CCF is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation.

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Upcoming Events

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all-day Utah Master Naturalist – Course ...
Utah Master Naturalist – Course ...
Jun 1 all-day
This Mountain Adventures course in a partnership with Cottonwood Canyons Foundation, and will take place in Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons near Sandy.  Class times are 9am-5pm on Saturdays, June 1 & 29, and July 20 during...

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  • Mountain Adventure Course!
    Interested in becoming a Utah Master Naturalist? The Cottonwood Canyons Foundation in proud partnership with Utah Master Naturalist are offering a ...
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    Trying to pick a favorite flower is like trying to eat just one potato chip. You just can’t do it! As a botanist, I get this question quite often and ...
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    The moment we’ve all been waiting for has come: after years of taking photos, adding species, and writing plant descriptions, the NEW ...

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Join us for the kick off of stewardship season in our canyons with National Trails Day on Saturday, June 1st. This year we're continuing our work at the new Cardiff Fork/Donut Falls connector trail. Breakfast, lunch, and free shirts will be provided with support from the Wasatch Mountain Club, REI, and the USFS. Come swing some tools, get a little dirty, and improve your public lands! For complete information and to register for this fun day with the community, fill out our online waiver by following this link:

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