On Falling Forests And The Decline Of Affordable Housing
April 14, 2019
As hip mountain towns struggle to make a place for worker bees, Lance Olsen says our tax code, the timber industry and developers aren't focused on real solutionsRead More
Fewer Elk Counted This Year On Yellowstone's Famous Northern Range—But What Does It Mean?
April 5, 2019
Annual wapiti survey: apart from wolves and other wildlife meat eaters, a formidable predator is winterRead More
Tom Mangelsen’s Legacy Images Speak To A Life Shooting In The Wild
April 3, 2019
Renowned Jackson Hole photographer inspires masses, including famous friends, to rally in defense of nature. His work now featured in national museum tourRead More
Naturalist Says Outdoor Recreation Can Have Huge Impacts On Wildlife
March 20, 2019 // Outdoor Recreation, The New West, Wildlife
Mountain bikers and hikers with dogs can bring huge spatial intrusions into wildlife habitatRead More
Conservationists Sue To Halt Artificial Feeding At National Elk Refuge
March 18, 2019 // Chronic Wasting Disease, Ecosystem Protection, Wildlife
With Chronic Wasting Disease likely already on refuge, action is claimed as necessary to prevent disastrous disease outbreak amongst America's most famous elk herdRead More
Some Call Her 'The Owl Whisperer'
March 18, 2019 // Art, Photography, Wildlife
Ashleigh Scully is a rising Millennial star in wildlife photography. Enjoy a Mountain Journal interview with the conservation-minded phenom
The Perils Of Going Along To Get Along
March 13, 2019 // Climate Change, Growth—Good, Bad & Ugly, Leadership, Outdoor Recreation, Politics, The New West, Wildlife
What does it say about us when we have leaders who don't have the courage to act?Read More
The Power Of Words: How We Use Language To Justify Our Consumption Of Nature
March 11, 2019 // Public Lands, Wildlife, Wyoming
MoJo columnist Susan Marsh waxes on how we 'harvest' living things to avoid admitting we're taking their livesRead More
Public Health Official: Chronic Wasting Disease Seems Bound To Infect People
March 6, 2019 // Chronic Wasting Disease, Hunting, Jackson Hole, Wildlife
"CWD is gonna be a helluva wildlife problem even if disease doesn't reach livestock and humans," Osterholm says. He criticizes Wyoming for continuing to operate controversial elk feedgroundsRead More
Can Greater Yellowstone’s Wildlife Survive Industrial Strength Recreation?
March 6, 2019 // development, Outdoor Recreation, The New West, Wildlife
A contrast between two different organizations—one devoted to tackling real issues shaping our region, the other running away from hard discussions about growing impacts of industrial-strength recreationRead More
Boom-time Frenzy: What Kind Of Prosperity Destroys The Foundation It Is Built Upon?
February 26, 2019 // Big Sky, Growth—Good, Bad & Ugly, Jackson Hole, Wildlife
Never mind Greater Yellowstone's super volcano, there's already an epic explosion occurring in some corners of the ecosystem. And it's called growthRead More
Wallowing Unhappily In Yellowstone
February 25, 2019 // Bison, Yellowstone
Cursed cars: a Millennial tourist, among the record-breaking masses, admits to being profoundly disappointed by his front country experience in America's first national parkRead More
Is Pat Clayton The Finest Fish Photographer In America?
February 20, 2019 // Conservation, Fine Art, Yellowstone
With a sense of urgency, feisty spirit and an incredible eye, this talented witness turns wild trout and salmon into art muses for conservationRead More
Unnatural Disaster: Will America’s Most Iconic Wild Ecosystem Be Lost To A Tidal Wave Of People?
February 14, 2019 // Growth—Good, Bad & Ugly
A MoJo Special Report: Can the wild Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem survive the coming hurricane of human population growth? As part of Mountain Journal's ongoing investigative series, "Greater Yellowstone: The Big Picture," Todd Wilkinson examines significant issues shaping the future of America's most iconic wildland ecosystem. This story focuses on the accelerating impacts of human development.Read More