Tree Wells, Trails, and Terrific Volunteers

Staff from the Parks Planning and Open Space Division and the Volunteer Engagement Program worked closely to organize three volunteer projects at Quigley Canyon between March and May, 2015.  As a result, 55 volunteers, most of whom were Latter-Day Saints missionaries and a few from AmeriCorps, dug 100 tree wells, cleared trails, and removed metal fences.  Notwithstanding the hard work, eight of the volunteers helped at all three projects and another nine volunteered twice.