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Montana Files Intent to Sue Over Listing Wolverines Under ESA

January 29, 2024 // NEWS: Dispatch

Wolverines were listed as "threatened" last November. Now, Montana plans to sue.
The 15-page letter of intent to sue US Fish and Wildlife Service comes on heels of November 2023 decision to list wolverines as ‘threatened.’
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The Past 30 Years in Yellowstone, Part 4: Mike Finley

January 9, 2024 // Interview Series

Mike Finley served the National Park Service for 32 years, including a trifecta of superintendent posts at three national parks
In the final installment of MoJo’s interview series with four Yellowstone superintendents, Mike Finley pulls no punches discussing the issues in our national parks.
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After 20 Years of Lawsuits, Wolverine Listed as Threatened

December 7, 2023 // NEWS: Dispatch

Wolverines face numerous challenges, including a warming climate and an increasing human footprint
Wolverines face numerous threats and only 300 exist in the Lower 48. Now that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed them under the Endangered Species Act, wolverine supporters are finally notching a win.
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The Past 30 Years in Yellowstone, Part 3: Suzanne Lewis

November 14, 2023 // Interview Series

Suzanne Lewis served as Yellowstone's superintendent from 2002-2010, the only woman to have ever held the post
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.
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The Past 30 Years in Yellowstone, Part 2: Dan Wenk

November 6, 2023 // Interview Series

Former Superintendent Dan Wenk speaking at the Albright Visitor Center in Yellowstone National Park
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. 
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The Past 30 Years in Yellowstone, Part 1: Cameron Sholly

October 24, 2023 // Interview Series

Cam Sholly is entering year six as superintendent of Yellowstone National Park
In the first of this MoJo interview series with four superintendents of America’s first national park, Cam Sholly discusses wildlife, visitation, Covid and the 2022 floods
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Big Guns Want 230,000 Acres Of Gallatins Near Yellowstone Protected As Wilderness

May 14, 2019

One wild corner of the Gallatin Range
Founder of Patagonia joins former U.S. Interior Secretary and dozens of eminent scientists who say capital "W" essential to safeguarding wildlife in core of Greater Yellowstone
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