Spring NUCC activities‏

Spring NUCC activities‏

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13 Apr 2009 — 2 Comments

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I just got a message from Scott and thought I would share it. Basically he is looking for more people to be involved who care about Logan Canyon’s climbing. Please contact him to be on his email list.


The Northern Utah Climbers’ Coalition is impatiently anticipating the arrival of warmer weather and dry rock! Spring should be right around the corner, and with it comes info on recent and upcoming NUCC activities.

Over the winter months, we have been working to submit paperwork to become a 501(c)(3) organization, which should simplify future fundraising efforts. With official non-profit status, businesses, individuals, etc. will be able to make donations to the coalition and declare them as charitable donations for tax purposes. Part of this effort has been to compose NUCC Articles of Incorporation, which if anyone is interested in viewing, let me know and I will forward you the complete document. Boring reading, I must admit, but you never know what people are into.

We will be conducting our first concerted membership drive in the next few months. A tiered membership framework, based on that of the Access Fund, will be implemented. More information will follow as organization proceeds.

Other news:

Many thanks to Michael Langenheim for creating some killer potential logos for NUCC. We hope to include these on upcoming t-shirts and stickers to be made for our membership drive.

Monitoring work with the threatened McGuire Primrose in Logan Canyon will continue this spring, organized by Sylvia Torti and Greta Langenheim. Information on volunteering will be forthcoming.

John Bachar will be visiting UVU to present a slideshow on April 29, 2009. Info can be found on Mountain Project at the following link:


(I believe John’s slideshows are renowned for being must-see events.)

As we progress into the upcoming climbing season, please keep us informed of news, issues, activities, and other events that would be of interest to the coalition. Our constant goal is to keep an open dialogue occurring among Northern Utah climbers, and your input is always appreciated.

Be in touch again soon!



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  1. amy

    28 Apr 2009 @ 8:09 am

    I live in Salt Lake, and I was just wondering if anyone knows if the china cave in logan canyon is dry yet

  2. Scott

    29 Apr 2009 @ 2:32 pm

    I believe it is…a buddy was climbing there a few weeks ago.

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