Events for Activist Groups

Stuff the Bus

Join more than 500 volunteers on August 4 from 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. at Rio Tinto Stadium to stuff backpacks with school supplies! Enjoy free breakfast, the chance to win prizes, games, and other festivities! All ages welcome, but anyone under 18 must volunteer with an adult and be listed on a parent or guardian's registration form. Each adult must register separately. RSVP Here:

The Park Jam

We are raising money for this year's Park Jam on August 5th! Funds for this event will be used for paint, paint walls, food, permits and other necessities! As always, the Park Jam is totally free of charge and everyone is welcome. Thank you for your support! The Park Jam is a day-long dance/graf/skate/rap/DJ jam that's been going on for over 14 years!

Tusk of the Town

Join us for our 2nd annual tusk of the town benefit for elephants presented by the Wildlife SOS organization. Tickets are $75, please purchase at Enjoy: -Live Music -Food & Drink -Silent Auctions -Meet the founders of Wildlife SOS

Middle Eastern Student Association of Utah

The Middle Eastern Student Association of Utah aims to unite students of all backgrounds, through activities, networking, and creating a safe space. Please sign up today by contacting us at!

Unique Stories of the Yellowstone Wolf Reintroduction

Our guest presenter for the Wasatch Packtivists meeting is Lynn Weston, a naturalist with extensive experience teaching at the Yellowstone Institute beginning in 2000. Lynn will present “Unique Stories of the Yellowstone Wolf Reintroduction.” The return of wolves to Yellowstone is clearly one of the most dramatic events in ecological history, but there are many personal, unique and unknown stories during that time that are truly captivating and exciting. Prepare for some surprises as we explore these stories surrounding the reintroduction and issues regarding the Crystal Creek acclamation pen during 1995. Lynn is currently working with an YF Institute class entitled “Wolves: Mythology and Reality.” Lynn became involved in the wolf Environmental Impact Statement in 1994 and was one of the first to assist the researchers and biologists in wolf location, pack behavior, and wolf dynamics in 1996. When not in Yellowstone, Lynn volunteers at the Ogden Nature Center assisting with school programs in field ecology and recently developed a docent program. Free and open to the public.