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By: Dale L. Morgan
Approached as history, geography, geology, or high adventure, The Great Salt Lake is fascinating reading. From the first Americans through mountain men, religious empires, railroads, and resorts, the remnant of ancient Lake Bonneville has been a nexus for human history, uniting a haunting beauty with raw desolation, strangely removed from common experience.

Hey everyone! Just a reminder that our Utah Natural Resources Map & Bookstore location WILL BE CLOSED Thursday and Friday, November 26th and 27th, for Thanksgiving. You can still VISIT THEM ONLINE for information or holiday shopping!

Check out this little clip documenting the installation of the new signage!

Then come in and check out all of the publications available at the
Utah Natural Resources Map & Bookstore
Or take a look online:


Utahns can once again bring the natural wonders of the state to their walls and desks. The new calendar from the Utah Geological Survey goes on sale Monday.

Utah Geological Survey started publishing the calendar eight years ago.



The Utah Department of Natural Resources has opened an online bookstore to complement its existing store at department headquarters.

Customers can now buy topographic and recreational maps at mapstore.utah.gov.

Bookstore manager Pat Stokes says many customers have been frustrated by construction on the North Temple viaduct. She says the online bookstore will allow customers to shop at their own convenience and allow anyone unable to visit the physical store to
continue to shop.

Besides maps, the store features a variety of recreational and historical books as well as geologic publications.

The physical store is open Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.