Rosemont, So Much to Answer For 

An exhibition at Fluxx looks at what could be lost in the Santa Ritas

Photographer Josh Schachter first photographed the Santa Rita Mountains and Sonoita 15 years ago, documenting the gorgeous views so prized by locals and tourists. Two years ago, knowing that that landscape was now "in jeopardy" from the proposed Rosemont copper mine, Schachter…

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