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Taking The Exit Ramp From Paradise?

October 22, 2019

Why are people moving away from Bozeman?
Bozeman, Montana is now one of America's 'It' cities. Here, a real estate firm bravely riffs on why people are moving away
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A Doctor Plumbs The Depths Of Ivan Doig's Illness And Asks: 'Did He Have An Epiphany?'

October 5, 2019

Ivan Doig taking notes at Fort Peck
Robert Patrick, a Doig fan and end-of-life-physician, writes of what he found in the famous author's journals
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Terminal Diagnosis: How Montana Writer Ivan Doig Coped With His Own End

October 5, 2019

Ivan Doig
Doig's spirit springs to life in the MSU Library Archives, revealing his literary triumphs, fears and what lay in his heart 
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Social Media: Harnessing The Digital Human Ecosystem To Protect Nature

August 7, 2019

 A Yellowstone warning circulated on social media
MoJo summer intern Jordan Payne explores the multiple ways, for good and bad, that social media is affecting the way we interface with the wild outdoors
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Is Geotagging Putting A Bullseye On The Last Best Places?

July 16, 2019

Making a memory that will bring bigger crowds?
Photographs and videos being shared on social media are causing hideaways to get overrun. So what can be done? 
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Summer Boot Camp In Greater Yellowstone

June 10, 2019

Gen Z scribe Jordan Payne
Meet Mountain Journal intern Jordan Payne. He's bringing fresh young eyes in writing about America's most iconic wildland ecosystem
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