We understand that there is a lot of information out there and it can be difficult to know where to start. You’re here because the future of the Wasatch is important to you. Luckily, there are ways you can get involved:
The WBA is looking for volunteers to represent it at various community events. We hope to have a presence at events that will help to give the WBA and its message greater exposure in the community. This usually requires sitting behind a table to answer questions, encourage conversations, sign up members, pass out stickers, and sell logo gear. If you are willing to participate you will need to commit to particular events and times to insure that they are properly staffed. This is a great opportunity to talk to people, spread the word about WBA, and engage them in thinking about the future of the Wasatch.
Particularly this coming winter WBA hopes to be a regular presence at popular backcountry trailheads and in the backcountry. Winter volunteers will need to commit to be at a particular trailhead on scheduled days. The idea is that you will make contact with other winter users, talk about WBA, gather some user information, and pass out stickers. Typically trailhead shifts will only require a little more than an hour of your morning when most people start their tours. That means you can snag a good parking spot, get out for a full day in the backcountry, and give back to your community.
If you are interested in contributing in either area of volunteering please send an email to: email@example.com.
Send us your information and we will be in touch with more details. If email doesn’t work for you let us know your preferred method of communication.
Sign up to be a member at the top of this page. It’s free and you’ll get email updates!
We are a 501(c)(3) non profit, and any contribution is appreciated and helps our cause. Donate here: http://wasatchbackcountryalliance.org/donate/
Post a Stop Interconnect sign where people will see it. To request a sign, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. A $5 minimum donation to cover sign costs is appreciated.
Look cool for a good cause! We have new t-shirts available in black (men’s) and charcoal gray (women’s). Grab one at Wasatch Touring (702 E 100 S, Salt Lake City) or the Black Diamond Store (2092 E 3900 S).
ONE Wasatch is still just a concept – it’s not a plan.
Follow along with the Mountain Accord process here: http://mountainaccord.com/get-involved/ and take any opportunity to submit comments regarding the process.
Take a look at our maps: http://wasatchbackcountryalliance.org/resources/ to see how the balance has shifted between resorts and backcountry.
Get active on your social media outlets and share your thoughts on ONE Wasatch or ski resort expansions. Share your backcountry photos. Use these hashtags to let us know you’re on board and to help spread the word:
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