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My Golden Weeping Willow—Finding Grounding In The Spectacular Ordinary

February 1, 2018 // Co-existence

A golden weeping willow (MaxPixel)
Naturalist Susan Marsh opens her old journal and muses on boredom, beauty, impermanence and the lament of a favorite tree cut down
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The Future Of The Local Small Town Ski Hill

February 1, 2018 // Big Art of Nature, Public Lands, Community

Snow King Mountain
Sue Cedarholm paints a picture that speaks to both nostalgia and concern about Snow King
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Of Dads And Mountain Daughters

January 30, 2018 // Culture, Community

Daughter Abbey on a trip home
A foundational relationship in a woman’s life, its impacts lasting a lifetime
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The Essential Role Of Eco-Capitalism In Saving The Best That Remains

January 29, 2018 // Conservation, Private Lands, The New West

Ted Turner  Photo by Todd Wilkinson
Greater Yellowstone's rich tapestry will be won—or lost—based on what businesspeople do next
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Yellowstone Winterkeeper Remembers His Famous Story In National Geographic

January 29, 2018 // Yellowstone

Yellowstone winterkeeper Steven Fuller, photo by Kerry Huller
Forty years ago, Steven Fuller wrote a story for National Geographic on the park's cold extreme isolation. Now he takes a look back
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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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