The SALT Speakers Series, co-sponsored by the Superstition Area Land Trust (SALT) and the Apache Junction Parks & Recreation Department, is a no-cost program supporting SALT’s mission to conserve the natural Sonoran Desert open spaces surrounding the Superstition Wilderness Area for this and future generations.
Talks are held from October - April, starting at 6:30 PM in Rm. B-117 of the AJ Multi-Generational Center, 1035 N. Idaho Rd. They open to the public and are geared to a general audience. No registration is required; however space will be limited to the number of seats available.
Feb27 2019 Sharing Space with Nature: Wildlife Corridors in the Urban Desert
6:30-8 PM AJ Multi-Gen Center, Rm B117 Click herefor details.
Mar13 2019 Open Space Conservation 6:30-8 PM AJ Multi-Gen Center, Rm B117 Click here for details.
SALT INTERPRETIVE TRAIL PROGRAM January - April
SALT's Interpretive Trail Program resumed in January 2019. Each hike covers topics about the Superstition Mountains, flora, fauna, and animals.
The hikes will be held the 3rd Wednesday of the month beginning on January 16th and ending in April.
February 20, 2019
SALT (Superstition Area Land Trust) will offer an interpretive hike on Wednesday, February 20th, in the Superstition Foothills near Apache Junction. Leader Bonny Knowlton will guide you on this easy, four-mile trek on the Lost Goldmine Trail. This hike will be for those who enjoy hiking and learning about the Sonoran desert. Hike will start at 9:00 a.m. and last approximately 3 hours. Space is limited. For more details and to reserve a spot contact firstname.lastname@example.org.