February 4, 2024 // Feature story
Deep in the wildest terrain in the Rockies, a mysterious discovery tells the story of a battle between Montana's most lethal predators. And why we need them on the landscape.Read More
December 22, 2023 // NEWS: Feature
In his new book, Crossings, author Ben Goldfarb charts a course through the complicated intersection of roads and ecology.
December 1, 2023 // OPINION: Essay
To slow down and take in the wonder of Nature is to recognize the spirituality and wonder of our environment.
November 28, 2023 // NEWS: Dispatch
Bozeman is growing at breakneck speed. As its population ripples outward, the city looks to combat supply and demand challenges with a new water conservation plan, the first of its kind in Montana.
November 14, 2023 // Interview Series
In Part 3 of our interview series with the past four superintendents of Yellowstone, Suzanne Lewis, the first and thus far only woman to lead America's first national park, talks fishing, bison, snowmobiles, and the visitation capacity Yellowstone has (or doesn’t have) down the road.
November 6, 2023 // Interview Series
In Part 2 of our interview series with the past four superintendents of America's first national park, Dan Wenk recalls the joy and challenges in running Yellowstone, and his controversial departure.Read More
October 26, 2023 // NEWS: Dispatch
More than 1 million vehicles use US Highway 191 to enter Yellowstone. With a quarter of all crashes involving wildlife, what's to be done? A new traffic and wildlife corridor study hopes to shed some light on solutions.Read More
October 20, 2023 // NEWS: Dispatch
With 122,000 residents, Gallatin County is the fastest growing county in Montana. A working group recently unveiled its Sensitive Lands Protection Plan aiming to guide county growth.Read More
August 8, 2023
To save America's most iconic wildlife ecosystem, two prominent conservationists say in this op-ed that today's epic challenges must be met with grander bolder thinking. If not this, then what?Read More
July 20, 2023
In her latest book, "True West: Myth and Mending on the Far Side of America," Betsy Gaines Quammen takes a deep look into the myths of the West and how we our future lies in the balanceRead More
July 18, 2023
What's happening near Gallatin Gateway, Montana is indicative, Robert Sisson says, of how developers are making profits but externalizing their costs on citizens and natureRead More
July 18, 2023
States are pushing hard to remove America's most famous grizzly population from federal protection. The primary reason is obvious. Why aren't we doing the same with bald eagles?Read More
July 14, 2023
Often cast as liabilities and villains by politicians, grizzlies and wolves in Yellowstone region are bullish assets that keep delivering dividends—as long as they remain aliveRead More