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Conservationists Sue To Halt Artificial Feeding At National Elk Refuge

March 18, 2019 // Chronic Wasting Disease, Wildlife, Ecosystem Protection

Elk on a feed line in Jackson Hole
With Chronic Wasting Disease likely already on refuge, action is claimed as necessary to prevent disastrous disease outbreak amongst America's most famous elk herd
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An Ancient Rural Culture Deals With Wolves Halfway Around The World

February 13, 2019 // Nature Without Borders, Wolves, Ecosystem Protection

An elusive Mongolian wolf
MoJo columnist Rebecca Watters returns from a research mission to Mongolia where she tracked lobos, leopards and wolverines
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Pondering Greater Yellowstone's More Crowded Future

September 4, 2018 // Leadership, Wildlife, Ecosystem Protection

An eruption of masses at Old Faithful
Major scientific conference, 'Tracking the Human Footprint,' opens Sept. 11 in Big Sky. It is final hurrah for Dan Wenk
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Mapping Nature To Build A Smarter Human Footprint

August 28, 2018 // Architecture, Co-existence, Private Lands, Wildlife, Community, Ecosystem Protection

Map of elk migration in GYE
Wildness in Greater Yellowstone will survive only if people reject the destructive development patterns of everywhere else
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Yellowstone Checkup: How Healthy Really is America's Most Iconic Wildland Ecosystem?

August 20, 2018 // Climate Change, Conservation, Science, Yellowstone, Wildlife, Ecosystem Protection

Greater Yellowstone, rugged but fragile
New "vital signs" report says region's famous wildlife faring well, for now, but climate change and human development loom ominously
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The Magna Carta Of American Environmental Law Is Under Siege

February 8, 2018 // Conservation, EPA, Public Lands, Ecosystem Protection

BP's Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf  of Mexico.
Few Americans may know of the National Environmental Policy Act but it affects their lives every day
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