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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 megafauna
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House Democrats Call Upon Zinke To Explain Forced Transfer of Dan Wenk

June 22, 2018 // Leadership, National Park Service, Politics, Yellowstone

President Donald Trump, Scott Pruitt and Ryan Zinke
Ranking minority member of House Natural Resources Committee wants Interior Secretary to reveal why he is forcing Yellowstone superintendent out
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In Tom Miner Basin, Horse As Extension Of Place And Self

May 20, 2018

The Anderson Ranch in Tom Miner
For Julie Anderson, horses bring a grounding perspective in life in the wild Gallatins north of Yellowstone. Enjoy Louise Johns' new column and Western women and equines
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It's Now The 2050s. A Woman Reads A Postcard From Yellowstone In 2018

May 16, 2018

A hiker in Yellowstone's Lamar Valley
Yale student Anna Reside ponders the future Millennials and GenZers will call their own
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"Made In America": Ryan Zinke's New Committee With Myriad Hidden Agendas

April 15, 2018

A boardwalk in Yellowstone
In this op-ed, natural resource advocate Katie Christiansen points out how, time and again, the Interior Secretary gives conservation short-shrift
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Weakening Wilderness Act Is Antithetical To Principle Of Landmark Law

April 10, 2018

The author seeking wilderness
Writer Michael Dax says efforts by hardcore recreation user groups to undermine wilderness protection are self-serving and short-sighted
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