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'Outside Ourselves' Should Be Read By Every Outdoor Recreationist

September 30, 2019

The Bridger Wilderness in Wyoming
Todd Burrit, former wilderness ranger, goes on a long wander in Greater Yellowstone and emerges as a protector
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Soliloquy For The Fall: Nature Is A Place Where Non-conformists Can Find Themselves

September 29, 2019

The Tetons with fall colors
Susan Marsh riffs eloquently on connecting to place, loss of place and what's worth saving. Are we in Greater Yellowstone listening?
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Americans Love Public Lands And Species Conservation But How Do We Pay For Them?

September 26, 2019

A bull elk in Yellowstone
Opinion: John Goodell says a new bill, "The Recovering America's Wildlife Act," offers a game-changing path forward. What you need to know
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Where Grizzlies Still Barely Hang On—In Their Own Yaak Time

September 23, 2019

Can humans leave any place alone?
For writer Rick Bass, dignity can be measured where nature is allowed to persist without impetuous interference. Another installment in our Sounds Of Silence series.
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Metamorphosis: When Prominent Users Of Nature Become Advocates For Its Protection

September 19, 2019

Craig Mathews
A young environmental writer interviews two heroes, Conrad Anker and Craig Mathews, about their own evolution as defenders
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Paying Forward Wildness In A World Consumed By Self-Interest

September 11, 2019

Bison yonder in the paint pots
Timothy Tate treks into the Yellowstone backcountry and ruminates on an ethic present in three generations
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On Sacred Autumn Sundays

September 10, 2019

A Rise Upstream
Mike Person, a Montana-born lineman for the San Francisco 49ers, finds peace where trout dwell
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Standby Snow: Chronicles of a Heatwave, Chapter One

September 6, 2019

Standby Snow, Chapter One
Mountain Time Arts takes on climate change by making it visceral, not abstract, for Greater Yellowstoneans
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It's Time To Get The Lead Out Of Hunting Ammo

September 5, 2019

A bald eagle feasting on a deer
Eliminating lead bullets isn't anti-hunting, experts say; it's being pro-human and wildlife health. Franz Camenzind asks: what sportsman would be opposed to that?
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The Mighty Return Of Tatanka

September 4, 2019

A bison in Yellowstone
Poet Lois Red Elk writes of buffalo dreams becoming fulfilled and rumbling spirits finding a way home
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From Griz Attack Survivor To Advocate: Barrie Gilbert's Wild Journey

September 3, 2019

A Greater Yellowstone grizzly
Book review: Researcher's new riveting memoir takes us back to a fateful day in 1977 when mauling in Gallatin Mountains of Yellowstone brought him global attention
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My Yellowstone Mauling And Mountaintop Rescue: An Exclusive Excerpt

September 2, 2019

Barrie Gilbert
In his new memoir, 'One of Us,' bear biologist Barrie Gilbert recounts his own brutal grizzly attack and the reasons behind his passion for large landscape conservation
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Actually, Most Americans Support The Endangered Species Act

August 28, 2019

Despite claims by the Trump Administration and some politicians that the public desperately wanted the ESA reformed, that isn't what citizens say in surveys
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Ultra-lethal 'Cyanide Bombs' Used To Kill Public Wildlife Banned For Now In Wyoming

August 20, 2019

A deadly M-44 'cyanide bomb'
Despite coming under increasing pressure, EPA remains noncommittal to abolishing deadly M-44s used to kill predators that eat livestock on public land
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