A Technicolor Surprise In Utah's Desert: Potash ponds
The Potash evaporation ponds are the striking blue dots in the middle of a red desert landscape. These ponds are managed by Intrepid Potash Inc., the largest producer of potassium chloride in the U.S. The ponds are located about 10 miles southwest of Moab in southeastern Utah. Ponds are there all year round but evaporation is the most intense in the summer months. Follow our adventure on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dreamcatcher_mahdi/
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