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Paean For A Yellowstone Elder

June 10, 2021

After a quarter century he is at permanent rest
After an old grizzly has a final tussle with a rival just outside Yellowstone, George Bumann offers a few worlds in tribute
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'To Reach The Spring' Is A Wake Up Call For Ecosystem And Planet

April 15, 2021

What do we take away from an Old Faithful eruption?
Charlie Quimby reviews Nathaniel Popkin's thought-provoking new book which asks: How and why are we programmed to gluttonously consume Earth's resources, including wildness?
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Four Bold Ideas To Save Greater Yellowstone (And Certain To Make Some Squirm)

March 15, 2021

Nature and former ag lands going, going gone
Lee Nellis first wrote in Mountain Journal about the failures of conservation. Now he wants to provoke a real discussion about how not to become Colorado. Are we ready to take aversive action?
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Are Hunters Still Leading Wildlife Conservation in America?

March 8, 2021

Teddy Roosevelt the young hunter
In MoJo's The Week That Is, Wilkinson and Sadler talk about how declines in hunter numbers nationwide are creating budget challenges for states
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When Wild Nature Enters Our Dreams

February 28, 2021

What are your dreams telling you?
From visions to daydreams to the imagery that visits us in slumber, dreamscapes can reveal much about ourselves and how we're navigating the world
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Will Deb Haaland Make History Or Be Stonewalled?

February 22, 2021

Deb Haaland of New Mexico and Laguna Pueblo
In The Week That Is, Wilkinson and Sadler talk Interior Secretaries going back to the controversial tenure of Sagebrush Rebel James Watt of Wyoming
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