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    Monsanto Soda Springs Plant

    1853 US State Hwy 34 North, Soda Springs, ID 83276

    Southeast Idaho has a long history of phosphate mining and processing, and the most visible evidence of that industry is Monsanto’s elemental phosphorous plant just north of Soda Springs. Established in 1952, the plant runs three furnaces that turn phosphate ore into elemental phosphorous, which is used in herbicides, hydraulic fluids, and food prouducts. Waste slag […]

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    Fairview Cemetery

    164 S 1st St W, Soda Springs, ID 83276

    This old cemetery is home to several interesting graves. The Wagon Box Grave is the 1861 burial site of an Oregon Trail emigrant family of seven killed by Indians and buried together in the wagon box from their covered wagon. You can also find a Morrisite headstone. The Morrisites were followers of Joseph Morris who […]