When a grizzly bear charged Keegan David, he had seconds to react. He shared his story with Mountain Journal.
How A Citizen Is Raising Awareness About Threat Of Grand Targhee Expansion
June 1, 2023
Howie Garber’s new book touches on the beauty of wildness through a photographer’s lens
Why 'Yellowstone' The TV Show Ain't The Real Montana (Or Wyoming, Or The West)
May 31, 2023
Montana author Russell Rowland talks about divides shaking the West to its core. They go beyond rural-urban, newcomer-old timer, mountain-prairie and prosperity vs. despairRead More
Montana's Flaring White Nationalism Prominent In New Ray Ring Novel
May 23, 2023
Former journalist who worked for High Country News in Bozeman, unfurls a murder mystery that flows from the gridiron of college football and interracial relationshipRead More
Finding Greater Yellowstone ‘Magic’ On A Rocky Ridge
May 21, 2023
Wanting to name the priceless landmarks she visits in Greater Yellowstone’s great outdoors, MoJo columnist Susan Marsh explores the power behind magical places
Famous Jackson Hole Grizzly 399 Wows Again, But Now What?
May 18, 2023
Emerging with her 18th cub as part of a historic legendary life, 399 is 27, long in the tooth and still transforming our perceptions of grizzlies. Now it's our turn to be on best behaviorRead More
In The Light Of A Campfire, People And Wolf As Original Brothers/Sisters
May 16, 2023
In John Potter's painting, 'A Private Conversation,' the artist shares the Anishinaabe origin story of how Creator told humans and wolves their fates were forever intertwinedRead More
Remember, You Matter: Support Your Community Through 'Give Big'
May 2, 2023
MoJo interviews Jill Ellwood with One Valley Community Foundation about Give Big's history and unprecedented successRead More
Big Sky, Montana: A New West Mountain Town Primed For Its Own 'Big Burn'?
April 19, 2023
This high-profile resort community is at 'very high risk to wildfire' and an emblem for the dangers of building in the Wildland-Urban Interface. Part 3 in MoJo's ongoing series
April 18, 2023
As warmer weather puts wildlife on the move, Catherine Courtenaye's new exhibition, 'What the Nighthawk Knows,' reads like evocative maps for thinking about species migrationsRead More
Meet Jessica Wiese, Mountain Journal's New Executive Director
April 7, 2023
With a background in science and private land conservation, Wiese says the time is now to rally for Greater Yellowstone as the region comes under increasing human pressureRead More
In Jackson Hole, Good News About CWD—For Now
March 5, 2023
Senior biologist with National Elk Refuge says Chronic Wasting Disease hasn't shown up there yet. But any sense of solace is probably short livedRead More
Montana, In The Wake Of 'Yellowstone' and 'A River Runs Through It'
February 27, 2023
Thirty years after Norman Maclean's novella was brought to big screen, many are lamenting how it, and the TV melodrama 'Yellowstone' have fueled an inundation of western MontanaRead More
Kissing The 'Quieter Side' Of The Tetons Goodbye?
February 27, 2023
Will Grand Targhee Resort expansion put Teton Valley, Idaho on course to become a doppelgänger of Big Sky? A county commissioner voices her concernsRead More