Events for Environment

2nd-4th Grade "Mini Overnight" Camp

Since 1958, Camp Tuttle has provided a safe place for spiritual, environmental, social, and personal transformation. Campers and counselors work to create a safe place to challenge comfort zones, societal norms, thinking patterns, and understanding of the life and world around them. Our Camp experiences are for youth rising grades 2-12 grade. Through this work, we provide abundant opportunities to connect with self, others, nature, and the Divine. Mountain peaks and rushing rivers root us deeply to God and call for action in protecting, sustaining, and nurturing the creation for which we are responsible. Rising 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders will join us for a three night camp to experience a taste of Camp Tuttle. This may be your first time at camp! You’re going to love the games, activities, food, music, making new friends, bunking with your cabin mates, and so much more! Parents are welcome to join us for a closing family dinner on the 31st at 7:00pm! Learn more at camptuttle.org! Save your kiddo's spot by registering directly using the following link: https://camptuttle.campbrainregistration.com/



Family Camp

Bring the whole family for a weekend at Camp Tuttle! Each family (or chosen family) will share one of our cozy cabins and have access to shared bathroom facilities and heated showers. Join us for days packed with classic camp activities facilitated by experienced camp counselors or choose your own adventure in the surrounding canyon area. Enjoy meals from our fabulous professional chefs and sing your favorite songs by the campfire! Family camp offers a great way to introduce young campers to life at camp for the first time in hopes they’ll be ready to join us on their own next summer.



Writing Workshop Series: Nature Writing Workshop

Bringing together the natural world and the written word. Join us for an inspiring and fun evening of nature-focused prompts and writing exercises. This is a free community event open to all, no need to sign up in advance. Please bring a notebook and a pen (or pencil, or crayon, or anything your heart desires that will make the marks on the page). https://www.goldenbraidslc.com/events/writing-workshop-series-nature-writing



Pride Family Camp

August 9th @ 5:30pm – August 11th @ Noon Embark into the outdoors with pride, at Camp Tuttle’s Family Pride Camp, an experience for all ages! Tuttle’s Family Pride Camp is a fun-filled weekend for queer and transgender family members of all ages. Enjoy participating in classic summer camp activities with your family and connecting with other LGBTQIA+ families along the way. Throughout the weekend we will also be facilitating engaging workshops, identity formation activities, and panels fostering pride in self, community, and identity. We encourage people who identify as LGBTQIA+ and children of LGBTQIA+ families of all religious and spiritual (including nonspiritual and nonreligious) backgrounds to join us. Are we eligible/is it right for us? Family Pride Camp is for families with at least one member (of any age or family role, adult or child) who identifies as part of the LGBTQIA+ community. This includes: - children and youth of 2SLGBTQIA+ identities, -families and communities as individuals who identify as two spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, asexual and/or queer (2SLGBTQIA+), - have a(n) 2SLGBTQIA+ parent and/or guardian, - and/or who broadly speaking, are connected in some way to 2SLGBTQIA+ communities (like having a sibling or relative that identifies as 2SLGBTQIA+). We’re happy to talk with you more about your specific family and the program, as well as any barriers you might have in attending – contact us at (435)994-8861 or camptuttle@episcopal-ut.org. Learn more about Camp Tuttle at camptuttle.org. Sign up directly using the link below! https://camptuttle.campbrainregistration.com/



Wine Among the Willows

Want to learn more about innovations in wine production that put people and the planet at the forefront? Swaner Preserve and Vine Lore have teamed up to bring a sampling of sustainable, biodynamic, or innovative wines to this event! Join us for a guided wine sampling tour around Swaner EcoCenter. Tickets include wine samples at 5 tasting stations, hors d'oeuvres, a souvenir wine glass, and the opportunity to learn about the climate and environmental considerations in the wine industry. Event is August 10, 4-7pm. Registration required, you must be 21 or older to attend. Visit swanerecocenter.org for tickets.



Women's Retreat (18+)

Join us for a weekend in the mountains! Camp Tuttle invites all women (including queer, gender non-conforming, and trans women) for a weekend of relaxation, rest, and connection. Join other members of our community in classic camp activities like hiking, singing around the campfire, and arts & crafts. We will participate in mental health and identity formation work as well! https://episcopalyouth.org/overnight-camps/



Adult Contemplative Retreat

Join us for a weekend in the mountains! Camp Tuttle invites all adults, for a weekend of relaxation, rest, and connection. Join other members of our community in classic camp activities like hiking, singing around the campfire, and arts & crafts. We will participate in mental health and identity formation work as well! Since 1958, Camp Tuttle has provided a safe place for spiritual, environmental, social, and personal transformation. Campers and counselors work to create a safe place to challenge comfort zones, societal norms, thinking patterns, and understanding of the life and world around them. Our Camp experiences are for youth rising grades 2-12 grade. Through this work, we provide abundant opportunities to connect with self, others, nature, and the Divine. Mountain peaks and rushing rivers root us deeply to God and call for action in protecting, sustaining, and nurturing the creation for which we are responsible. Learn more & register at camptuttle.org



Range 2 River Relay

Bike, boat, & run from the Wasatch Range to the Jordan River. Explore the condition of the Salt Lake Valley’s waterways and learn about recreation in your backyard. Win awesome prizes from Backpacker’s Pantry, Bluff Street Bandit, Bingham Cyclery, Coalatree, Dr. Naylor, Epic Brewing, Gnarly Nutrition, HOKA, Party Shirt International, Pit Viper, Salt Lake Running Company, Voile, 5.11 Tactical, and more! The Range 2 River Relay is light on competition and heavy on fun! Team Heat For those looking to build friendships and have family-friendly fun! Teams include a biker, boater, and runner. The first participant bikes the path of City Creek. This 7.2-mile leg starts at the Utah State Fairpark - West Lot, bikes up to the City Creek Canyon Trailhead, and ends back at the Utah State Fairpark - West Lot. The second teammate boats the Jordan River northward. This 3.3-mile leg starts at Utah State Fairpark - West Lot and ends at Riverview Trailhead. The scenic Jordan River Trail is utilized for the final stretch of the race. This 3.4-mile leg starts at the Riverview Trailhead and finishes back at the Utah State Fairpark - West Lot. Individual Heat For those looking to test their active transportation and outdoor recreation abilities! Participate in the course as a triathlon. *Attention: Competitors are required to bring their own equipment, including a bicycle, bicycle helmet, non-motorized watercraft, paddle(s), and personal floatation device. Kayaks, canoes, personal floatation devices, and paddles rentals from the Jordan River Commission are sold out. Additional equipment can be rented from your local gear outfitters or the University of Utah’s Outdoor Adventures for a fee. Register here: https://sevencanyonstrust.org/events/range-river-relay



Sustainable Economy and Ecotechnology (SEE)

SEE’s objective is to establish an interactive and interdisciplinary forum where attendees can explore cutting-edge developments, exchange creative perspectives, and collaboratively tackle the emerging complexities within the realms of environmental and economic dynamics. Through captivating keynote presentations, insightful workshops, and participatory dialogues, the conference seeks to cultivate an atmosphere of curiosity, cooperation, and forward-looking vision. As we navigate the intricate terrain where economics intersects with environmental concerns, our goal is to spark transformative insights and sustainable strategies. Join us in this intellectual voyage, where together we strive to shape a future that harmonizes economic progress with environmental stewardship. website: https://www.ierek.com/events/sustainable-economy-and-ecotechnology-see#introduction



Sustainable Economy and Ecotechnology (SEE)

SEE’s objective is to establish an interactive and interdisciplinary forum where attendees can explore cutting-edge developments, exchange creative perspectives, and collaboratively tackle the emerging complexities within the realms of environmental and economic dynamics. Through captivating keynote presentations, insightful workshops, and participatory dialogues, the conference seeks to cultivate an atmosphere of curiosity, cooperation, and forward-looking vision. As we navigate the intricate terrain where economics intersects with environmental concerns, our goal is to spark transformative insights and sustainable strategies. Join us in this intellectual voyage, where together we strive to shape a future that harmonizes economic progress with environmental stewardship. website: https://www.ierek.com/events/sustainable-economy-and-ecotechnology-see#introduction