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Protecting Tranquility One Square Inch At A Time

August 2, 2021

Steadily, we're losing last best refuges of 'natural sounds'
Escaping the noisy human cacophony: Gordon Hempton is called  'the sound tracker' but he's really a maestro who reminds that natural  harmonic bliss exists in the quietest spots of the Lower 48 
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In This Wolf Man, There Are Enduring Echoes Of Aldo

July 29, 2021

The historic day wolves were restored to Yellowstone
Greater Yellowstone-based scientist Mike Phillips receives Leopold Award, highest honor given by The Wildlife Society for having an impactful career in conservation
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This Generation Will Be Judged By Whether It Let Salmon Runs Go Extinct

July 27, 2021

Dammed rivers have pushed salmon to the brink
Chris Wood, the national leader of Trout Unlimited, writes in this guest essay that salmon and steelhead can recover if given a chance. But time is running out
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When We Become Wildlife's Uninvited Guests

July 25, 2021

She gave up hiking her favorite place this summer
Susan Marsh laments that rising numbers of people are crowding animals out of their backcountry habitat but what to do about it—that's the question. Would you change your plans to protect wildlife?
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John Maclean's Memoir Goes Deep Behind 'A River Runs Through It'

July 22, 2021

Water is a binding tether across generations
What really happened to Norman's brother, Paul, who dies in the fly-fishing classic? Maclean answers it with writing that, in some ways, exceeds his dad's
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In The American West, These New Job Prospects Are Burning Hot

July 21, 2021

Optimists always see the glass as half full
In his latest MoJo cartoon, John Potter suggests that less precipitation, rising temps and super droughts are making current notions of 'forest health' obsolete
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