The population of Washington County is expected to double in the next 20 years to over 300,000 people. Southwestern Utah is a desirable place to live because of our outstanding scenery, unparalleled recreation opportunities, strong sense of history, and mild winters that allow us to enjoy year-round outdoor activities.

There are many ways to show your support of land conservation and Virgin River Land Preservation Association:

As a member of the Virgin River Land Preservation Association, you are investing in southwestern Utah’s quality of life. In 2009, for every $1 our members contributed, we protected $120 of land. Your contributions help us obtain grants from private, state, and federal organizations.

Become a Member Today! Donate Online  Donations are easy and secure. Give Now!

if you prefer to join by mail, print our membership form, fill it out, and mail with payment to:

Virgin River Land Preservation Association
PO Box 1804
St. George, UT  84771-1804

Our Wish List  Another way you can support Virgin River Land is to donate either actual wish list items or the money necessary to purchase any of the items.

Gifts of Cash or Securities  Virgin River Land accepts personal and corporate checks and gifts of stock. By giving appreciated stock you can avoid capital gains taxes and receive income tax deduction.

Leave a  Legacy  By including Virgin River Land in your will you will leave a legacy of open space for generations to come, as well as receive potential tax benefits. To make a bequest to Virgin River Land, we suggest the following language:

I give Virgin River Land Preservation Association, a nonprofit organization incorporated in Utah, and having its principal mailing address at PO Box 1804, St. George, Utah 84771, the sum of US$ ______ (or _____ percent of the residuary of my estate) for its general purposes to protect southwestern Utah’s spectacular natural heritage.

Gift of Real Estate  Virgin River Land can take your excess real estate and turn it into capital to enable us to protect the scenic and working landscapes of southwestern Utah, while potentially giving you a significant tax deduction.