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Volunteer Opportunities in Utah – Earth Week

Volunteer Opportunities in Utah – Earth Week

If you haven’t heard, March is Earth month and here at Alliance, we sure love this beautiful place we call home. To celebrate and kick off Earth Week we are making some recommendations on ways and places you can volunteer to show this pretty little place how much she means to you! 

 

Sustainable Climate Environment Advocate

Volunteer Utah Earth Week Citizens Climate Lobby

Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change. In order to generate the political will necessary for passage of our Carbon Fee and Dividend proposal we train and support volunteers to engage elected officials, the media and the public.
©2019 Citizens’ Climate Lobby

 

Salt Lake Valley Habitat for Humanity

Volunteer Utah Earth Week Citizens Climate Lobby

Our neighborhood revitalization work follows the guidelines provided in our Quality of Life Framework, a data-driven and customizable approach developed by Habitat and vetted by community development experts to help to improve neighborhoods. The framework focuses on first understanding the concerns of the residents and then empowering these residents to lead the projects they want to see. Alongside Habitat, residents work with churches, schools, new and longstanding neighborhood coalitions, local government and other community partners to achieve their goals.

Because each neighborhood’s challenges and aspirations are different, the framework acts as a guide that can be tailored to fit the goals of each community. That’s why neighborhood revitalization can look like anything from developing public parks to organizing safety meetings with the local police department to rehabbing and reopening schools, stores and homes.
© 2019 Habitat for Humanity® International

 

Salt Lake Park & Public Lands

Volunteer Utah Earth Week Citizens Climate Lobby

Salt Lake City has a history of caring for and stewarding parks dating back to the dedication of the first major public park in the city, Liberty Park, in 1882. It stands as an example of a public park that serves a multitude of uses while preserving urban green space. Salt Lake City’s Parks Division ensures the preservation, development and maintenance of parks throughout the city for the use and enjoyment of the community of and visitors to Salt Lake City. The Parks Division manages 735 acres of park lands.
© Salt Lake City – SLC.gov

 

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