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What 'Modern Wolf Management' Looks Like In The Northern Rockies

Cartoonist John Potter says Montana, Idaho and Wyoming have turned one of the greatest wildlife conservation achievements in history into shameful expressions of ignorance

"It's All Relative," a nature cartoon by Potter, erstwhile a fine art painter, appears exclusively at Mountain Journal (mountainjournal.org) every week. The weekly cartoon is available for delayed syndicated reuse but only via express written consent and licensing from Mountain Journal. For more information, contact sarah@mountainjournal.org 

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About John Potter

MoJo cartoonist John Potter, creator of "It's All Relative," is, in his usual day job, a fine artist known for his paintings of western landscapes and wildlife. Raised on and off the Lac du Flambeau (Ojibwe) Indian Reservation in Wisconsin, Potter has art degrees from Utah State University and won awards for his illustration, including being a cartoonist for The Billings Gazette. To see more of Potter's paintings, go to John Potter Studio.
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