66th Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute



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66th Annual
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute


Salt Lake
City, Utah

July 23-25,




After a great conference in Monterey with more than 800
attendees, it’s time to start planning for our 66th Annual
Institute. It’s been 56 years since we last held an annual
institute in Salt Lake, and the city is abuzz with bars,
restaurants, and energy! Now is the time to book your hotel
room and take advantage of the Foundation’s discounted rates at
Grand America, a five-star property where all sessions will
take place. For the more value conscious, Little America right
across the street has charm all its own.


fill up fast, and for a limited time (until they sell
out), you can book an Executive Suite for the same
price as a Premiere Room!
 Choose from either Grand
America ($261/night) or Little America ($166/night).
Download the two-page flyer for
complete information.


What can my family do in Salt Lake


Visit Temple
Square’s three-block plaza, with nearly 20 attractions related
to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day


Dig into your
family’s history at the Family History Library, the largest
genealogy library in the world.


Join in one of
Utah’s biggest holidays on July 24 (the Friday of our conference)
– Pioneer Day – with rodeos, concerts, hikes, parades,
festivals, and fireworks throughout the weekend.


Enjoy the Salt
Lake Brewery Tour Pass, a self-guided mobile pass that gives
you a well-rounded taste of Salt Lake’s craft beer offerings.


Visit the Utah
Museum of Fine Arts, which houses more than 17,000 artifacts
from across the globe.


Check out Red
Butte Garden, a popular outdoor center featuring a botanical
garden, arboretum, and amphitheater at the base of the Wasatch
Mountain Range.


friendly fun abounds with theme parks, and water parks; movie
theaters; planetariums; zoos and aquariums, plus excellent spas
and salons for tired grown-ups. A Visit Salt Lake Connect Pass
is available and includes admission to 16 different family-friendly
attractions around town.


The Natural
History Museum of Utah provides visitors with the opportunity
to learn about the unique geography, earth science, history,
and native cultures of Utah’s past.


Want to get to
the mountains? About 30 miles southeast is Park City, with
numerous art galleries and museums, hiking and biking trails,
and the Park City Golf Course. Within a few hour’s
drive, you can enjoy state and national parks, incredible
biking, cycling, and scenic drives.


The Institute brochure, program, and registration forms
will be available by early March, and a request for speaker and
topic proposals will be emailed in September.
We hope to see you there!







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