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Beauty As Antidote For Living In Heavy Times

December 20, 2019

Sinopah, crown jewel of the Two Medicine area
For painter Barbara Rusmore, the restorative power of nature is a catalyst for art and advocacy
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Imperiled Sustenance?

December 10, 2019

Hunting as Culture
Poet Lois Red Elk shares her concern about how Chronic Wasting Disease may affect the animals rooted deep in indigenous culture
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Are We Ready For The Coming Feral Hog Invasion?

December 5, 2019

Feral hogs morphing back to "wild" pigs
Seriously, while Montana, Wyoming and Idaho are currently free of rogue swine "herds," they're headed this way
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In The End, It's What You Give Of Yourself That Matters Most

December 4, 2019

A hiker admires misty sun rays in a Yellowstone forest
Writer Susan Marsh marks the passage of this year, reflecting on having "enough," advocacy and exuding gratitude
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High Living For Whom In America's Quarter Million Dollar County?

December 1, 2019

Welcome to the richest county in America
What if the average per capita local income was $250,000? In Teton County, Wyoming, it's true, but you know what they say about statistics, eh
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A Grand New Book Honors One Of The Mightiest Places In The American West

November 28, 2019

A book to take your breath away
'Voices of Yellowstone's Capstone: A Narrative Atlas of the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness' is a must-have trove of words pictures and maps
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In Home Land

November 28, 2019

Crow leaders in 1881
Long before the Absaroka-Beartooths became a federal wilderness and before Yellowstone was called 'wonderland,'  they were home ground to the Crow. An essay by Shane Doyle
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Millennial Tapped To Lead Major Greater Yellowstone-Based Research Group

November 24, 2019

Ben Williamson
Ben Williamson of the Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative has ideas that challenge the way his elders have approached conservation. Read the MoJo interview
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Big Green Mike: Now You Can Also Call Him Dr. Clark

November 22, 2019

Mike Clark
Former head of Greater Yellowstone Coalition and current MoJo board member Mike Clark to receive honorary doctorate from MSU
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When Ambition Leads Where Angels Fear To Tread

November 14, 2019

Adventure not for the meek
As an advisor to The North Face, psychotherapist Timothy Tate discusses wellness within the context of outdoor adventure athletes. What can the rest of us learn?
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Making Contact With Richard Louv: How Animals Save And Heal Us

November 10, 2019

Grizzly clan fording a stream
"Our Wild Calling," the new "game-changing" book by Richard Louv, explores why our connection with other species is good for society, our mental health and the wild places that matter to us
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Have You Heard The Tales Of A Trickster Spider And Porcupine?

November 7, 2019

A porcupine's spirit lives on
In this season of transition, Lois Red Elk reminds how humankind is reflected in the stories of wamakhashka
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On Having Fun And Passing The Test of Ecological Sustainability

November 4, 2019

Riding the 'Ghee in Greater Yellowstone
A veteran Forest Service backcountry specialist reflects on how her agency is dealing with growing human pressure
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Living In A Community Means Politicians Having The Courage To Take Media And Citizen Questions

October 26, 2019

Liz Cheney takes the handoff from President Trump
Every elected leader faces a choice: tell the truth and do what's right for country and civility or deepen the divide
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