Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area

by Eleven 21. May 2013 08:09

Created by Congress in 2006, the Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area is region of Utah dedicated to preserve, interpret, promote, and enhance the pioneer heritage in the covered areas. The area is not small either spanning 6 counties and is 250 miles long. There is much to be done in these areas from places to visit and activities available. The Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area isn't only a recreational area but also an area to learn about the pioneers who had passed through there and their stories.

The Utah Pioneer Heritage Arts, the interpretive affiliate of the Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area, provides ways for all to interpret and understand the great stories of those pioneer as they traveled and first settled areas of Utah.

For more information on the Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area visit MormonPioneerHeritage.org or for the Utah Pioneer Heritage Arts visit UPHArts.org.

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