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Brandborg Worried Conservation Movement Has Lost Its Edge

April 17, 2018

Montana's Crazy Mountains
Dead at 93, former head of The Wilderness Society said environmental groups have forgotten how to fight the good fight
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Weakening Wilderness Act Is Antithetical To Principle Of Landmark Law

April 10, 2018

The author seeking wilderness
Writer Michael Dax says efforts by hardcore recreation user groups to undermine wilderness protection are self-serving and short-sighted
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What Would The Muries Say About Recreation, Conservation And Wildness?

April 10, 2018

Aldo Leopold and Olaus Murie
Martin Murie answered the question. The late son of Olaus and Mardy Murie penned this piece only a few months before he died in 2012.
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Shifting Values: Are Funhog Towns 'Better' Than The Ones They're Replacing?

April 4, 2018

Composite photo by MoJo staff.  Biker photo courtesy Courtney Nash.  Large bear photo courtesy Wikimedia user Kallerna.  Cub photos courtesy Yellowstone NPS
Everybody wants to use the resources of Greater Yellowstone. But how are such uses benefitting wildlife and wild places that make our region world-renowned?
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Who Is Willing To Defend American Wilderness?

January 24, 2018 // Wilderness, Public Lands

The Palisades Wilderness Study Area in Wyoming
As attacks on wilderness and environmental laws rage, many citizens wonder why some prominent conservation groups seem to be missing in action?
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If We Want Civility, We Must Loosen Our Strangleholds Of Self-Certainty

January 15, 2018

A Wyoming rancher's daughter who became a Jackson Hole mayor says we need more neighborly empathy
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