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Painting The Wild Sources Of Moving Water

June 16, 2021

Dawn on the Henrys Fork by Dave Hall
Dave Hall celebrates the lifeblood of Greater Yellowstone that reaches millions downstream
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Matho's Message And The Enduring Spirit of Bear Nation

May 9, 2021

Grizzly Mother 399 and four cubs swim the Snake
Lois Red Elk shares a brand new poem inspired by the journey of Jackson Hole Grizzly 399, an enduring symbol of motherhood and sentience in the world
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Is 'Wildland Conservation' That Does Not Emphasize Wildlife Really Conservation?

April 28, 2021

Well-known artists, writers fill volume edited by Katie Christiansen
Delightful new 'Artist's Field Guide To Yellowstone' offers inspiring reasons to care about protecting wildlife in Lower 48's famous bioregion 

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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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A 'Dark Ages' Of Wildlife Management Descends On The West

March 11, 2021

The bad news for bears?
In MoJo's The Week That Is, Wilkinson and Sadler discuss how state legislators are setting back wildlife conservation for griz, wolves and other iconic animals
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What Does River Conservation Really Mean?

February 16, 2021

"In the Stillness of Dawn," a painting by Brent Cotton
The Week That Is: If you ask river protectors you're likely to get different answers. Is growing recreation pressure a problem?
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