Bozeman is growing at breakneck speed. As its population ripples outward, the city looks to combat supply and demand challenges with a new water conservation plan, the first of its kind in Montana.
November 22, 2023 // OPINION: Essay
By the early 1900’s trumpeter swans were nearly extinct, but concerted efforts have reinvigorated their numbers. Land around Harriman Ranch State Park has produced more cygnets than any other region in Idaho.Read More
November 21, 2023 // NEWS: In Short
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will make a determination about listing Lower 48 wolverines by Nov. 27Read More
November 20, 2023 // NEWS: Dispatch
Experts say first-ever CWD case in park was ‘only a matter of time,’ call for Wyoming to eliminate elk feedgroundsRead More
November 16, 2023 // NEWS: In Short
The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission reduced this year’s quota from 450 to 313 wolves following slight population decreases since 2020.Read More
November 14, 2023 // Interview Series
In Part 3 of our interview series with the past four superintendents of Yellowstone, Suzanne Lewis, the first and thus far only woman to lead America's first national park, talks fishing, bison, snowmobiles, and the visitation capacity Yellowstone has (or doesn’t have) down the road.
November 13, 2023 // NEWS: In Short
Montana and Yellowstone National Park have disagreed for years about how to manage Yellowstone bison. Those tensions recently ratcheted up.Read More
November 9, 2023 // NEWS: In Short
As wildfires rage hotter and spread faster, federal wildland firefighters are facing a fiscal pay cliff on Nov. 17, and with it a potential 50 percent slash in workforce.
November 7, 2023 // NEWS: Dispatch
Missouri Headwaters Conservation Area could provide an additional tool for private landowners and protect 250,000 acres from subdivision and sprawl.Read More
November 6, 2023 // Interview Series
In Part 2 of our interview series with the past four superintendents of America's first national park, Dan Wenk recalls the joy and challenges in running Yellowstone, and his controversial departure.Read More
November 3, 2023 // OPINION: Essay
Why would Wyoming put a wildlife-rich 640-acre land parcel up for auction? Hint: Big money.
November 2, 2023 // NEWS: In Short
In Wyoming, land managers are relocating ‘nuisance’ beavers to enhance riparian areas. Their dams can even curb wildfires.Read More
October 31, 2023 // NEWS: In Short
Since August, five Greater Yellowstone grizzlies have been killed by hunters and anglers in self-defense. Why?Read More