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Mike Yochim Literally Writes This Love Letter To Yellowstone With His Eyes

August 27, 2019

Michael Yochim
Stricken with ALS—aka Lou Gehrig's Disease—author of new book on Yellowstone gives MoJo interview to talk about park and stories that need telling
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Once Proud Forest Service Poised To Help Gut NEPA

August 19, 2019

A landmark law is under attack
Instead of a improving a landmark environmental law, changes appear designed to flout environmental standards, says award-winning former Forest Service veteran
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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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We Need Wilderness With No Apologies And No Regrets

July 4, 2019

The still-wild Gallatin Mountains
A veteran of the American Wilderness movement says the debate over protecting the Gallatin Mountain Range near Yellowstone should not be a means for rationalizing further loss of wildlands
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The Wild West: How Do We Deal With Its Rapid Transformation?

June 19, 2019

How can the West gain 20/20 vision?
Mountain Journal intern Jordan Payne gets a crash course on the New West and titanic forces shaping its future
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365 Days Of Great Wildlife/Nature Art

June 13, 2019

Photo by David Hiser/US EPA
Exploring the visual boundaries of how we think about the wild West. Check in every day for a new image.
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