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Lesson From The Great Eclipse: When We Stand In Awe Of Nature, We Become Better Citizens

August 20, 2017 // Big Art of Nature, Conservation, Science, The New West, Ecosystem Protection

Gallatin Valley sunset by Steve Kelly
One profound lesson from the great eclipse of 2017: Science says that people who spend more time reverentially in the great outdoors are happier, kinder and more generous 
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Introducing Mountain Journal: A New Voice for the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

August 14, 2017 // Conservation, Government Accountability, Public-Interest Journalism, Science, News, Public Lands, The New West, Wildlife, Ecosystem Protection

Mountain Journal
MOUNTAIN JOURNAL is public-interest journalism aimed at celebrating an unparalleled region and probing a question: Can America’s last, best and most iconic wild ecosystem be saved? How we make meaning of place and search for answers here has implications for every corner of the country.  
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Marshall Cutchin Brings Modern Thinking To Heraclitus' "Same River Twice"

August 14, 2017 // Columnists, Conservation, Flyfishing, Water, Wildlife, Ecosystem Protection

Marshall Cutchin
Marshall Cutchin, publisher of world's largest online flyfishing webzine, joins MoJo stable of writers.  You don't have to be an angler to appreciate Cutchin's incisive thoughts about the value of nature in our lives.
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Franz Camenzind Pens "Wild Ideas"

August 14, 2017 // Columnists, Conservation, Public Lands, Community, Ecosystem Protection, Politics

Franz Camenzind writes from Jackson Hole
Has the conservation leadership of Greater Yellowstone lost its edge in the face of so many emerging challenges? With a background in wildlife research, making acclaimed nature documentaries and leading a Jackson Hole-based conservation organization, Franz Camenzind has a lot to say about the state of the environmental movement. 
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With So Many Known Unknowns, Lance Olsen Connects Dots And Datapoints

August 14, 2017 // Climate Change, Conservation, Endangered Species, Science, Public Lands, Ecosystem Protection

Missoula-based ecologist Lance Olsen keeps MoJo readers apprised of important research in the scientific literature that has implications for conservation in the Northern Rockies and beyond.
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Columnist Rebecca Watters Navigates Nature Without Borders

August 14, 2017 // Climate Change, Columnists, Conservation, Wildlife, Ecosystem Protection

Columnist Rebecca Watters
Aldo Leopold advised the virtues of thinking like a mountain.  Rebecca Watters invites us to ponder wildness from the perspective of a climate-challenged creature, the wolverine.
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