Brine Shrimp: are small creatures at home in the Great Salt Lake. Their size is a relative thing – they are barely visible to the naked human eye, but are the largest animal alive in the Lake. Each year millions of birds fatten up on brine shrimp in preparation for nesting or migrating around the globe.
Brine Waves: is an ever-growing collection of written and artistic work from people at home around the Great Salt Lake.
This is a project of Wasatch Rising Tide.
For more information about why we started this project read our first blog post: Brine Wave Origins