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How Some Outdoor Recreationists See Their Impacts On Wildlife And Wild Places

September 7, 2020

What would wild places be without wildlife in them?
MoJo's college journalist intern Lorea Zabaleta interviews a quartet of her young contemporaries about the competition for space in the backcountry
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Class Assignment: Building An Island Community Capable Of Thriving Amid Climate Change

August 2, 2020

No place an island refuge unto itself?
Mountain Journal intern Lorea Zabaleta was given this task as a college student. And it prompted her to reflect in this op-ed on challenges facing her native Greater Yellowstone
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Devils Tower Vs. Bear Lodge: How A Name Shapes The Way Westerners Approach Holy Ground

June 16, 2020

Bear Lodge a.k.a. Devils Tower
Just because one culture dismisses the sacredness of a site does that mean it isn't? A young climber reflects on native reverence for a monolith that mountaineers regard as a fine place to play
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A Young Journalist Finds Boot Camp In America's Wildest Ecosystem

June 1, 2020

Lorea Zabaleta ice climbing a frozen water pitch
Lorea Zabaleta grew up hearing about the conservation issues of Greater Yellowstone. Now, as MoJo's summer college intern, she's writing about them
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