Sponsor a Project
Whether you are a public land manager, a city open space manager, a non-profit director, an educator, or just a concerned citizen, the Utah Conservation Corps (UCC) represents a way to
get things done through a national community service program.
• Trail building and maintenance
• Fence construction and maintenance
• Environmental education
• Fuels reduction
• Historical building maintenance
• Noxious weed removal
• Habitat restoration
• Disaster relief
• Literacy tutoring
• Educational presentations
• Water monitoring
Each year UCC AmeriCorps members are available to complete projects from April through late October. However, the majority of conservation projects take place in the summer months. Please call Dave Bastain at 435.797.0964 ext. 3 to check the availability of crews.
Cost of Services
The UCC charges $2,850 per crew of 4 per week in exchange for their services. For projects requiring extensive technical skills, ?the charge is $3,100. These figures reflect the necessary funds the UCC needs to generate for the cash match of its AmeriCorps grant.
Cedar Breaks National Monument
"They used their time well and were meticulous in their work. Project sites were cleaned up, making them complement the experiences visitors have come to expect in their National Parks."
Ogden Ranger District
"Very hard-working crew. Did great work with minimal supervision and had great attitudes."
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
"It would have taken me years to accomplish what they did in a few weeks."