We are a community that supports one another that practices self-sufficiency and sustainability so that in an event of a natural disaster, we can be resilient. Our vision prioritizes health and results in an eco-friendly community where current and future generations can thrive.
What we have accomplished
We have created an incredible community of freedom-loving Patriots. We know we are not alone in this fight.
We meet weekly and we have a social once a month.
We organized a town hall meeting with our Sheriff and a representative of the Park City Police Department.
We have established relationships with our Legislative leaders at the State and Federal levels.
We are partnering with our State Legislators to advance legislation that protects small businesses.
We have built relationships with other local coalition groups within the state.
We are organizing education seminars.
We are active participants in our council meetings, school districts, and our local health department.
How to get involved
As a collective group, we are involved from the local level of government all the way to our State Legislators and Senators.
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Recent Blog Posts
Epic Email to the Summit County Council by Ryan Sternagel, Part One
FREE Screening of a Documentary Further Illustrating the Risks of The Injections Message #1: Ryan to Summit County Council & Health Dept Director Rich Bullough Hi all, I’m writing to follow up on Glenn’s response to the comment I made to the council during the...
Will The Summit County Health Dept and Summit County Council Respond? By, Ryan Sternagel
FREE Screening of a Documentary Further Illustrating the Risks of The Injections Another epic email from Ryan Sternagel to the Health Department and the Summit Council. Will they take the time to respond? Greetings esteemed members of the council and health...
Erosion of our Freedoms in Summit County: A Timeline, by Amy Arnold
Timeline of our erosion of freedom in Summit County: January 26, 2020, the US has five cases. March 6, Herbert declares a state of emergency in Utah, hours before the first case in Utah is madepublic. March 10, Utah’s second case was confirmed. The patient had...