Virgin River Land is working with our partners to acquire the final 185-acre parcel that completes Confluence Park. Located on the north side of the Virgin River, west of LaVerkin Creek, this purchase will protect over 3.5 miles of riparian corridor for wildlife habitat and recreation access. It includes the actual confluence of Ash Creek with the Virgin River.
WE INVITE YOU AND ALL THE FRIENDS OF CONFLUENCE PARK TO HELP MAKE THE PARK WHOLE...BE A PART OF THIS ACQUISITION WITH A CONTRIBUTION THAT WILL BE USED EXCLUSIVELY FOR PURCHASING THIS FINAL PARCEL.
Confluence Park..permanently protected public open space in Washington County--owned by the County and managed by a local community consortium--that protects natural habitat for people and wildlife.
Your contribution to the land trust during Love UT Give UT will be earmarked for the preservation of this unique place in your local Washington County landscape.
Virgin River Land has helped landowners permanently conserve over 5,000 acres of privately-owned open lands since our incorporation 21 years ago. This has been achieved in a county known as the "Growth Capitol of the United States." As the area's population has grown, the very qualities that draw people to move here and vacation here are at risk of being lost forever. Scenic vistas and recreational access are impacted when sensitive lands are developed to their maximum potential. Other irreplaceable open space values, such as wildlife habitat, historic sites, and productive farmlands, are also at risk. To preserve our area's quality of life, private land conservation must keep pace with private land development. There is a need to act now, before the best opportunities are gone.
To learn more about our completed, in-progress, and pending projects, visit our website. Projects range from Pine Valley to East Zion, from Smith Mesa to Little Babylon, from Confluence Park to Webb Hill--even to Jackson Flat in Kane County!