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SALT 1st Annual "Keep It Wild"

Golf Tournament

 January 30 | Gold Canyon Gold Resort

It was a great day and everyone had a wonderful time.

 Click here to learn more about this event and to recognize all of our dedicated sponsors and donors.


​​​​​​Feb 6 - SALT Interpretive Trail Program

             "Hike Lost Goldmine Trail – Learn                  about Geology, Plants & Animals of                the Sonoran Desert" | SOLD OUT 

Feb 10 - SALT Speakers Series

               "Development of SALT's

               Superstition Area Land Plan & of

               Superstition Vistas" | 6:30 PM

               AJ Multi-Gen Center, Rm B-117

               Click here for details.

Feb 20SALT Interpretive Trail Program
               "Medicinal and Edible Plants of the

               Desert" |SOLD OUT 

Feb 24 - SALT Speakers Series

               "Invasive Species Are Neither, And                 Why It Matters” | 6:30 PM

                AJ Multi-Gen Center, Rm B-117

Mar 9 -   SALT Speakers Series

                "Pinal County Dark Sky Potential"

                6:30 PM | AJ Multi-Gen Center,

                Rm B-117

Mar 10SPECIAL SALT Speakers Series

                Event "How to Utilize Rain Water                   in the Landscape" | 1:00 - 3:00 PM

                AJ Parks & Rec Conference Center

                (1001 N Idaho Rd)

Mar 12 - SALT Interpretive Trail Program

                "Natural History of the

                Superstitions" | 8:30 AM

                Click here for details.

Mar 18 - SALT Interpretive Trail Program

                Hike in the Superstitions & See

                "What's Up" in Blooming AZ

                8:30 AM  Click here for details.

Mar 23 - SALT Speakers Series

                "A New Approach to

                Management of Arizona State

                Trust Lands" | 6:30 PM

                AJ Multi-Gen Center, Rm B-117

Apr 13 - SALT Speakers Series

               “Long-Term Ecological Research in                   the Phoenix Metropolitan Area                       Involves Both Scientists and                             Citizens” | 6:30 PM

                AJ Multi-Gen Center, Rm B-117

Apr 27 - SALT Speakers Series

              "Growth Happens: Collaborative                      Conservation on Phoenix’s West                      Side as a Model for the East Valley”

               6:30 PM | AJ Multi-Gen Ctr, Rm B-117



​​​Click here to find out why SALT partner Footprints Matter is focused on Stewardship for protecting and conserving our natural open spaces.

 Pinal County Open Space and Trails Department partners with SALT to build new trail.  Click here for details.

​​​The Superstition Area Land Trust’s recruitment process for new volunteers is ongoing. If you would like to volunteer for SALT, click here to view volunteer opportunities and complete an online application.  Please email Carolyn Guerra at if you have questions about volunteering. We have many volunteer positions available from administrative to trail building/trail stewards and everything in between.

Thank you.

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Keep It Wild Forever

Superstition Area Land Trust

Mission: To conserve the natural Sonoran Desert open spaces surrounding the Superstition Wilderness Area for this and future generations

Follow Us On

Pinal County Parks, Trails and Open Space:  Where Are We, and Where Are We Going?

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Who Is Conserving The Superstition Foothills?

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State of Superstition Area Land Trust (SALT) 2015-2016

​A recap of SALT's accomplishments and future goals by Charles Ault, SALT President

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SALT is now enrolled in Fry's Community Rewards Program, which means every time you shop at Fry's a portion of the community funds goes to SALT.  Click here for details on how to register.

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Footprints Matter Stewardship Event

A Major Success

​​On Saturday, February 16, 2016, over 250 volunteers helped clean up the Hewitt Station Road and Queen Valley Dam areas.  These sites cover almost 24 square miles on the Tonto National Forest.    

Click here to read more about this impressive desert clean up effort.

Maximizing Economic Benefits and Natural Values in Pinal County:

Tools to Identify and Protect Riparian Areas

Click here for details.

SALT announces spring Speaker Series events

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