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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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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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In Divided West, Sara Flitner Guides All Sides Toward The Radical Middle

August 14, 2017 // Civil Society, Collaboration, Culture, Jackson Hole, Community, Wyoming

Sara Flitner
Sara Flitner grew up a rancher's daughter in a conservative part of Wyoming and then went on to become mayor of the state's most progressive small town. Along the way, she became a professional conflict resolution specialist. In her column, she shares her ideas on problem solving and bringing people together.

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Guest Opinion: Former Civil Servant Claims There's A Hidden Agenda Behind Public Lands Rhetoric

August 10, 2017

Barry Reiswig
Amid the political high drama in Washington, a former civil servant warns of a well-orchestrated agenda to strip American citizens of public lands they own in the West.  Barry Reiswig of Cody, Wyoming, who spent most of three decades with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, speaks out.
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Beholding The Golden Green Goose That Hatched One Of The Richest Counties in America

January 2, 2008

Moulton Barn in Grand Teton National Park, Photo courtesy National Park Service
Teton County, Wyo. Commissioner Mark Newcomb examines the cost—and dividends— of protecting a wild American ecosystem
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Slower Motion: The Joy Of Dilly-Dally In An Age Of Speed

January 1, 2008

Electric Peak, Gallatin Range, NPS Neal Herbert
Susan Marsh asks: how much of nature registers if we are zooming through it?
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