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Learning, To Care Deeply For Mother Nature

August 14, 2018

The Centennial Mountains of Montana
In Montana's Centennial Valley, the Taft-Nicholson Center opens minds for life by immersing students in the wild unknown


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A Black Woman Who Tried To Survive In The Dark, White Forest

August 1, 2018

Melody Mobley
The Forest Service's first African-American woman forester reflects on sexual assault, justice denied, and racism in one of the country’s premier land management agencies
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Letting Go Of My Big Sister

June 22, 2018 // Family

Timothy and Beth
Aging in America sucks, says Timothy Tate, but it doesn't have to be this way
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For A Generation, "The Blue Door" Was A Safe Space On Bozeman's Main Street

September 5, 2017

The author contemplates the meaning of red, white and blue from behind the door of his clinical therapy practice in downtown Bozeman, Montana
Psychotherapist Timothy J. Tate says the biggest downside of his community becoming the "it" place is the loss of handshake agreements.
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