With your support, the Conservation Garden Park continues to be Utah’s premier destination for water-conservation landscaping, education and research.
Cultivate Your Community
Here’s your chance to leave a lasting impression on our donor wall. Your name, your company’s name, the name of a loved one: they’re all possible and prominently displayed as you enter the Education Center. Take a look at the beautiful options in our Donor Wall Gallery.
All donations to the Foundation are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Learn more on the Jordan Valley Conservation Gardens Foundation page.
Meet Our Sponsors
The Conservation Garden Park and Education Center would not exist if not for the generous donations from our sponsors. It is with deep gratitude that we recognize them here. Find them on the Meet Our Sponsors page.
There are many ways to volunteer at the Garden and help our community learn how to conserve. From leading garden tours to eagle projects, learn more about these opportunities on the Volunteer Program page.
Plant a Few Seeds of Your Own
Choose from among these appealing sponsorship opportunities to help establish Utah’s
premier water-conservation garden. We’re sure you’ll find something that strikes
your fancy and fits your budget. And we’ll add your name to the Garden Park’s donor
wall. Shopping with a cause. What could be better?
The Main Attraction
In the Garden Park’s entry plaza, the pièce de résistance — a spectacular wall fountain
representing the primary source of Salt Lake’s water, the Wasatch Range. Collected
rainwater seeps through a metallic silhouette of the mountains. When there’s no
rain, and the cistern runs dry, so does the fountain. Symbolic, don’t you think?
Plaza Fountain: $100,000
Fill your shopping cart with these fabulous features found throughout the Garden
The classic choice, always in style, each of these engraved bricks represents one
small step toward water conservation. Together? That giant leap we all need. $150
Pretty in Pots
Guaranteed to bloom where they’re planted, these handsome containers will punctuate
the Garden with color and fragrance. Choose from 10 available in each size: small,
$300; medium, $500; or large, $750.
Two hundred trees, each furnished with an upscale avian unit so charming, so sure
to attract a fluttering family, that we can’t even call it a birdhouse. How about
“bird cottage?” Each complete with its own front-porch flower pot. $1,500 per tree;
two for $2,500.
The Essential Bench
No garden is complete without a bench or two. Functional, relaxing, even romantic,
these essential outdoor furnishings offer a place to rest, chat with a friend or
just enjoy the Garden’s peaceful ambiance. We have 13 available at $2,500 each.
Compost Utensils and Spectator Seats
One set of compost utensils for $1,000. And for those who’d rather just sit and wait for the compost
to cure...two spectator benches, $2,500 each.