(Steve Griffin | The Salt Lake Tribune)
A guide led group of peole make their way up a trail in Albion Basin during the Wasatch Wildflower Festival at Alta in 2011.
Hikers needed to plant trees at Utah ski resort
By nate carlisle
| The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Sep 07 2012 01:22 pm • Last Updated Sep 07 2012 01:42 pm
It’s like Arbor Day meets your weekly hike.
Tree Utah is planting up to 3,000 trees Saturday at Alta Resort. The terrain is sloped and sometimes steep, so Tree Utah is asking for help from experienced hikers.
Ross Chambless, the planting coordinator for Tree Utah, said the volunteers need to be accustomed to moving on and working on slopes. The organization is asking the volunteers be age 16 and older.
The event starts at 8 a.m. at Alta Lodge. Interested volunteers must register by contacting Ross, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 801-364-2122.
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