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Mountain Journal Adds Managing Editor To Expand Its Impact

September 23, 2022

MoJo's new ME Joe O'Connor
Joseph T. O'Connor, multi-media veteran in covering the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, joins MoJo team as part of series of big operational moves
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Finding Gratitude (Amid The Welter Of Not Knowing What To Do)

September 5, 2022

Nature can re-create us
Are you feeling overwhelmed by the threats to wildness? As Susan Marsh reminds, the first step toward preservation is appreciating what's in front of you
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How To Live And Die With A Presence Of Being

July 31, 2022

Path of ascension
Given a terminal diagnosis and faced with a finite amount of time, a couple finds peace as they say goodbye. Columnist Timothy Tate shares their story
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Marsh: With Wild Land, We Must Nurture More Than We Take

July 19, 2022

Hidden revelations abound in Marsh's new book of poetry
In "The Earth Has Been Too Generous," Susan Marsh writes of Nature's healing power. In our interview, she also offers insights into former employer, the US Forest Service 
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Anatomy Of A Wake-Up Call: The Wealthy Need To Support Conservation

June 20, 2022

Spruance, conservative angler turned advocate for saving wildness
Tom Spruance, conservative businessman, describes what motivated him to speak up and try to protect the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. He says others need to, too
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The Fierce Spirit Of Painter AD Maddox

June 20, 2022

Detail of a new painting by AD Maddox
Best known for her Pop and fine art portrayals of trout, Maddox makes hyper-realism the fulcrum for experiencing wild trout and the places they inhabit
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Yellowstone's North Loop Road May Re-Open—Partially For Now—After All

June 20, 2022

The Lamar Valley, a great areas for seeing wildlife, is located along the North Loop
Park Supt. Cam Sholly and National Park Service Director Chuck Sams push to have guided tourism restored to northern parts of Yellowstone. South Loop opens Wednesday
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John Maclean Goes Deep Behind 'A River Runs Through It'

June 11, 2022

Water is a binding tether across generations
Son of Norman Maclean comes to Big Sky Thursday to discuss his father's famous fly-fishing story and how Robert Redford's movie changed Montana
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Bozeman’s Affordable Housing Crisis Tied To Newcomers And Wall Street

June 4, 2022

As Bozeman booms, the free market is failing to produce sufficient affordable housing
Calling a time out on the boom: two former mayors from one of the fastest-growing small cities in America want temporary moratorium on new housing development
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Peacock The Firebrand Asks: Is Fighting For Wild Earth Worth It?

May 17, 2022

Peacock during his searching years in Yellowstone
Doug Peacock battles for grizzly conservation, inspired an Ed Abbey character and served as a Green Beret medic in Vietnam. His new memoir is perfect read for summer
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Grizzlies Around Yellowstone Are Entering A Big Squeeze

May 16, 2022

Grizzly 399 and four cubs, with whom she recently parted company
Past research shows bears are sensitive to small amounts of habitat intrusion by recreation and development. But what's the impact now as both of those go boom?
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Please Look Up: Goldens Are In Trouble

May 12, 2022

How much do you know about golden eagles?
Golden eagles are barometers for how to think about landscape changes and threats to wildlife in the West. Featured in new film, Charles Preston says these amazing birds of prey deserve our attention
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Late Spring Dance: Life, Death And Renewal In Yellowstone

May 7, 2022

Young wapiti doing the jig of life
Steve Fuller, winterkeeper of America's oldest national park, takes note of Yellowstone's most dramatic season
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When Iktomi The Trickster And Original Spider Man Comes A Calling

May 6, 2022

Sometimes, invited guests force reflection on ourselves
Lois Red Elk writes a poem about how an ancient spirit pays a visit when we are most vulnerable
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