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This is a story of attaching to a disregarded mountain range. 

 

It is a year-long endeavor to know the Oquirrh Mountains, land of the Goshute people and western boundary of the Salt Lake Valley. 

 

The Oquirrhs are primarily known for their connection to mining, especially the famous Bingham Canyon Copper Mine. 

 

This project began as a question. In the end, it is a questioning of how we, as human beings, live and our effect on these mountains and the life within them. 

 

It is seeing the unseen. It is storying an untold story. 

 

Special thanks to

 the American West Center

at the University of Utah

for monetary assistance in this project