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NEWS: In Short

Top Story: A Monumental Moment

The proposed Madison-Gallatin National Wildlife Monument would comprise up to 1.6 million acres
The proposed Madison-Gallatin National Wildlife Monument would comprise up to 1.6 million acres
Advocates see Madison-Gallatin National Wildlife Monument as path toward permanent environmental protections for Greater Yellowstone.
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NEWS: Dispatch

Can a Groundwater Recharge Program Save Teton Valley's Farmers?

The aquifer in Idaho's Teton Valley has been diminishing for years. One local group is hoping to change its trajectory.
The aquifer in Idaho's Teton Valley has been diminishing for years. One local group is hoping to change its trajectory.
In Teton Valley, Idaho, where water is as precious as its native trout, irrigators and environmental groups have teamed up to recharge the area’s diminishing aquifer. In the process, they want to do something novel: find someone to pay farmers for the effort.
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Lori Ryker

NEWS: Dispatch

If Grizzlies Delisted, Here's What Montana Plans to do

Montana FWP says not much will change in terms of grizzly bear management. Not everyone agrees.
Montana FWP says not much will change in terms of grizzly bear management. Not everyone agrees.
Is the Treasure State’s proposed Grizzly Bear Management Plan really a grizzly hunting plan?
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NEWS: Feature

A Tale of Two Revivals: How Yellowstone Helped Return Wolves to Colorado

Colorado's Proposition 114 brought wolves back to the Centennial State. It was was the first voter-led wildlife reintroduction in American history.
Colorado's Proposition 114 brought wolves back to the Centennial State. It was was the first voter-led wildlife reintroduction in American history.
In 1995, the gray wolf was reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park. Nearly 30 years later, Colorado has done the same. How will it play out?
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Yellowstone Book Mangelsen

OPINION: Op-ed

Am I Taking Crazy Pills?

The Crazy Mountains, part of a complex and controversial proposed land exchange
The Crazy Mountains, part of a complex and controversial proposed land exchange
Or does the land swap in the Crazy Mountains really need more scrutiny?
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OPINION: Essay

We Are All Connected

The bliss we can find in the wild
The bliss we can find in the wild
In her latest essay, MoJo columnist Susan Marsh finds unity, elegance and bliss in the wild.
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NEWS: Dispatch

Wolves: Taking Aim from the Air

Aerial wolf gunning is a practice used to manage wolves in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. Conservation groups are pushing back.
Aerial wolf gunning is a practice used to manage wolves in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. Conservation groups are pushing back.
Conservation orgs are battling the aerial shooting of wolves, coyotes and foxes on Idaho public lands. Now they’ve submitted a petition to the U.S. Forest Service to ban the practice. Will the feds listen?
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NEWS: In Short

Taking Account of Gallatin County

Gallatin County still has large tracks of open land. But for how long?
Gallatin County still has large tracks of open land. But for how long?
Officials are seeking public input to inform Future Land Use Map and Housing Strategy.
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