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Landscape Meets Human Footprint In Lori Ryker's Switchbacks and Cairns

August 14, 2017 // Architecture, Bozeman, Co-existence, Columnists, development, Growth—Good, Bad & Ugly

Columnist Lori Ryker
Right here, right now, Greater Yellowstoneans are building the future and declaring their values. From mentoring the West's finest budding architecture students to advising clients designing dream homes, Lori Ryker is on a quest to show the built environment is about more than just a real estate play. 
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Steve Primm Wades Into The Sagebrush Sea

August 14, 2017 // Co-existence, Columnists, Endangered Species, Ranching, Public Lands, Community

Columnist Steve Primm
Most people dwelling in Greater Yellowstone might live in towns and small cities but rural people and their lands hold the key to ecological resilience. With his regular column, Sagebrush & Cranesong, Steve Primm will examine the issues relating to co-existence between country people and nature on the western front of the Greater Yellowstone region.
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