Are We Seeking Escape To—Or From—The Real World?
July 25, 2018 // Jackson Hole, Public Lands, Wilderness
Naturalist Susan Marsh, a maven of the high country, helps us find an answer in the 'wildflower forest'Read More
Why Do Some Politicians Seem To Loathe And Fear The Wild?
July 2, 2018 // Wilderness, Wildlife
Conservationist Dr. Franz Camenzind says "there's a push to end American wilderness as we know it"Read More
A Hunger For Solitude During Visitor Season
June 27, 2018 // Grizzly Bears, Jackson Hole, Wilderness, Wyoming
After the guests depart, Susan Marsh savors a wild Snake and charismatic megafaunaRead More
Who Is Willing To Defend American Wilderness?
January 24, 2018 // Public Lands, Wilderness
As attacks on wilderness and environmental laws rage, many citizens wonder why some prominent conservation groups seem to be missing in action?Read More
Wilderness, America's Second-Best Conservation Idea, Is Under Attack
August 28, 2017 // Wilderness
In the first part of an ongoing MoJo series, "Modern Wilderness," explored through a variety of perspectives and voices, columnist Franz Camenzind examines what official federal "wilderness" is, the origins of The Wilderness Act and the uncommon importance wilderness in the modern world.Read More
Lesson From The Great Eclipse: When We Stand In Awe Of Nature, We Become Better Citizens
August 20, 2017 // Big Art of Nature, Conservation, Ecosystem Protection, Science, The New West
One profound lesson from the great eclipse of 2017: Science says that people who spend more time reverentially in the great outdoors are happier, kinder and more generous