This digital exhibit chronicles the unique air quality struggles along the Wasatch Front region of Utah by showcasing historical newspaper articles, images, and other archival material, that were used in the research article, “The History of Air Quality in Utah: A Narrative Review” published in the journal Sustainability, written by Logan E. Mitchell PhD, Affiliate Professor of Atmospheric Science University of Utah and Climate Scientist at Utah Clean Energy, and Chris A. B. Zajchowski, former PhD student of Parks Recreation and Tourism at the University of Utah.  The article uses J. Willard Marriott Library resources, mostly the Utah Digital Newspapers, to chronicle Utah's air quality issues, civic engagement for air quality reform, resolutions, and improvements from pre-statehood through the mid-20th century. This digital exhibit also explores the role that Utah women played in advocating for improved air quality, a past and present comparison of innovation and air quality regulation, and a glimpse of Utah's future. Please see the Resources page for a complete list of organizations and collections that were used while creating this digital exhibit.