The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is known internationally for its wildlife. With the arrival of Chronic Wasting Disease looming, the epicenter of a deadly outbreak would be western Wyoming and the home to America's "national elk herd". Part 2 in Mountain Journal's series looking at the coming wildlife plague.
October 17, 2017 // Science, Public Lands, Wildlife
October 13, 2017 // Flyfishing, Liam Diekmann, Outdoor Recreation
Liam Diekmann, Mountain Journal's young man of the water, goes fishing with a trio of well-known elders and when the flies don't work he makes contact with a monster brown using his bare hands.Read More
October 10, 2017
For painter Sue Cedarholm, autumn is the golden time in Jackson Hole. Bugling bull elk heighten the brassy feel of the season.Read More
October 9, 2017 // Big Art of Nature, MoJo Profile
George Carlson is considered one of the best contemporary nature painters in the world. Mountain Journal visited the American master at his studio and took a deep dive into his reverence for wild landscapesRead More
October 8, 2017 // Chronic Wasting Disease, Science, Public Lands, Wildlife
Mountain Journal's special multi-part series on Chronic Wasting Disease and the potential dangers it poses to Greater Yellowstone's unparalleled wildlife and the specter of risk to human health. Part 1: Greater Yellowstone's Coming PlagueRead More
October 5, 2017 // Climate Change, Science, Public Lands, Growth—Good, Bad & Ugly, Wildlife, Politics
The deepening impacts of climate change and human population pressure are just two of the titanic forces shaping the future of America's most iconic wildland ecosystem. Are we capable of confronting the threats happening right before our eyes? Do we see them? First part in an ongoing series called Greater Yellowstone: The Big Picture.