Making a Difference Today

Investments from individual donors like you and key partners like the George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Foundation, the National Park Foundation, and the National Park Service’s Centennial Challenge Grant funded many of the park’s top line immediate needs.

  • The Emerald Pools Trail Network fully re-opened after a decade of closures. The project’s completion fully restores one of the park’s most accessible trails, listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a heritage site that will be hiked by millions in the seasons to come.
  • The dream of a new Visitor Contact Station at Cedar Breaks moves forward with the allocation of $6.6 million towards the project.
  • A community garden at Pipe Spring National Monument now trains Master Gardeners and helps feed the local tribal community.
  • Park Search and Rescue teams were equipped to respond to more than 400 calls for assistance, rescues and emergencies in some of the most rugged terrain in the country.

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