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welshmormon.byu.edu - The LDS Church had great missionary success in Wales during the 1840's and 1850's, and many thousands of Welsh converts immigrated to America, heading West with Brigham Young as a part of the great Mormon Migration, which began in 1847. Today it is estimated that approximately twenty percent of the population of Utah is of Welsh descent.
'A changing face of Utah': Census estimates show diversity among large millennial population | Deseret News
Grayball Sage (salvia dorrii): Salvia dorrii, the purple sage, Dorr's sage, fleshy sage, mint sage, or tobacco sage, is a herbaceous perennial in the family Lamiaceae. It is native to mountain areas in the western United States and northwestern Arizona, found mainly in the Great Basin Range habitat and southward to the Mojave Desert, growing in dry, well draining soils. Some large native populations of this species also are found in the Aquarius Plateau region of Southern Utah…
Most bison in the U.S. have been crossbred, but researchers recently uncovered a…
Large mining structures still stand in this legendary ghost town located in Beaver County. The wild town had a peak population of nearly 6,000 residents and was considered the Tombstone of Utah because of its high murder rate. (Photo: Grant Olsen)
Swollen populations of federally-protected wild horses roaming 10 Western states are starved and damaging rangelands, Utah and U.S. government officials said at a conference Wednesday, an invitation-only meeting that mustang-protection advocates say is promoting the slaughter of an icon of the American West.
Wasatch Mountains Salt Lake City | ... wasatch mountain range in utah this range is 160 miles and is part
Utah State Flag. The Beehive State.
Willis Creek Slot Canyon- Utah has the densest population of slot canyons in the world . There are actually over one thousand slot canyons south of Interstate Highway 70 alone in Utah.
Greer, Arizona - Population 41 (2014) - Greer is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Apache County, Arizona, United States. It lies at an elevation of approximately 8,300 feet (2,500 m) in the White Mountains of Arizona, and is surrounded by the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 41.[1] Greer was founded around 1879 by Mormon settlers from Utah.[2] The Greer post office has the ZIP code of 85927.[3]
Rocky Mountain Junipers (juniperus scopulorum): Juniperus scopulorum (Rocky Mountain juniper) is a species of juniper native to western North America, in Canada in British Columbia and southwest Alberta, in the United States from Washington east to North Dakota, south to Arizona and also locally western Texas, and northernmost Mexico from Sonora east to Coahuila. It grows at altitudes of 500–2,700 metres (1,600–8,900 ft) on dry soils, often together with other juniper species. "Scopulorum"…
Utah, nicknamed “Beehive State”, offers some of the most beautiful and spectacular sights and places to visit! Just browse through these awesome pictures and be amazed by it’s beauty. Fun fact: The name Utah derives from the Native American Ute tribe and means people of the mountains.
Many people have heard bee populations are declining due to such threats as colony collapse disorder, pesticides and habitat loss. And many understand bees are critical to plant pollination. Yet, according to a study led by Utah State University ecologist Joseph Wilson, few are aware of the wide diversity of bees and other pollinators beyond such species as honeybees.