Tri-Ute youth tour rock, rose gardens in Utah

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The conference was hosted by the Northern Ute Tribe on the campus of the University of Utah.
Tri-Ute youth participate in a scavenger hunt at the University of Utah. The purpose of the scavenger hunt was to get youth active and teach native youth to work together.
Students of the Tri-Ute Leadership Conference paid a visit to the Red Butte Rose Garden in Salt Lake City, Utah where dozens of varieties of roses are carefully cultivated.
Kaye Washington, Sharay Rock, Marcus Archuleta, and Sarafina Chakee pose for a picture while exploring the Red Butte Rose Garden in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Tri-Ute Youth Conference participants explore Wilson’s Arch a few minutes outside of Moab, Utah.
The Southern Ute youth group that attended the Tri-Ute Youth Leadership Conference pose for a group photo inside of Wilson’s Arch near Moab, Utah.
Randall “Randy” Doyebi Jr. and Adrian Beyale recreate the iconic “Titanic” scene at Wilson’s Arch located just South of Moab, Utah.
Elijah Weaver | The Southern Ute Drum
Elijah Weaver | The Southern Ute Drum
Elijah Weaver | The Southern Ute Drum
Elijah Weaver | The Southern Ute Drum
Elijah Weaver | The Southern Ute Drum
Elijah Weaver | The Southern Ute Drum
Elijah Weaver | The Southern Ute Drum
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Youth from all three Ute tribes gathered together for the fifth annual Tri-Ute Youth Leadership Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. The conference began on Sunday, June 16 and ended on Wednesday, June 19. The conference was hosted by the Northern Ute Tribe on the campus of the University of Utah. The youth were invited to explore and discover the natural beauty of the Red Butte Rose Gardens, in Salt Lake City, Utah and Wilson’s Arch, South of Moab, Utah during their field trips.

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