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Judging Edward Abbey

June 12, 2019

Amy Irvine's response to Desert Solitaire
Charlie Quimby reviews 'Desert Cabal,' Amy Irvine's semi-reverential take-down of Cactus Ed, environmental hero and flawed human, like all of us
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Will "Stay Wild" Help Build An Army Of Committed Landscape Protectors?

October 10, 2017

Still images taken from  Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board's YouTube video "Jackson Hole Winter 2017-18 : Stay Wild".
As public lands cope with an onset of industrial-strength outdoor recreation, promotors of a new ad campaign in Jackson Hole claim their ultimate intent is to grow conservation
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