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Op-Ed: Citizens Reject POWDR's Holland Lake Lodge Expansion

December 6, 2022

Holland Lake dons her fall colors
Members of Save Holland Lake praise the Forest Service for denying Utah developer's plan to bring industrial tourism to shores of lake set in important wildlife habitat
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Yellowstone: Icon of Infamy or Convenient Scapegoat?

December 5, 2022

A family of Sheepeaters (Tukudika) photographed west of Yellowstone in 1871
Montana writer Todd Burritt pens a scathing review of Megan Kate Nelson's portrayal of America's first national park in her book 'Saving Yellowstone'
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Mystical American Rivers Can Run Through Your Living Room

December 1, 2022

"Dawn in Lavender," a painting by Dave Hall
Dave Hall, who has gained renown as "the painter of Greater Yellowstone rivers," is on a quest to protect the ecosystem one great riverscape at a time. You can join him
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How Do We Prevent Wild Greater Yellowstone from Unraveling?

November 29, 2022

Pronghorn migration in Greater Yellowstone
Special report: What can be done to save the Yellowstone ecosystem? If we're serious and want to have a reason for hope, here are several big ideas for how to do it
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Would New Recreation Bill Bring Negative Impacts to Wildlife and Sensitive Public Lands?

November 10, 2022

Packing them in: Jenny Lake in the Tetons has become a symbol of crowding in national parks
It's called the "America's Recreation Act of 2022." Retired Forest Service veteran and MoJo columnist Susan Marsh says building bigger parking lots no answer for crowding problems

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Quick! Develop It Fast 'Before Its 'Gone'

November 5, 2022

new potter cartoon
MoJo cartoonist John Potter returns and questions all the talk of natural land being "vacant," "unused," and "just open space"
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Why 'Yellowstone' Rancher John Dutton Says 'Progress' Is Destroying The Wild Rural West

October 27, 2022

The "balance" between private land development and conservation is landing hard on some of America's most famous wildlife populations
The only way Greater Yellowstone, America's most iconic wildlife ecosystem, stands a chance of being saved is if there's a game plan. Glaringly, none now exists
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In Many Mountain Towns, Affordable Shelter Is An Elusive Holy Grail

October 17, 2022

The worker struggles in Durango are present in many Western mountain towns
When no home is affordable, where do longtime locals and essential workers live? How is the problem fixed when 'the free market' fails?
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Citizen Groundswell Rises Up To Keep A Montana Lake Quaint

October 7, 2022

Would an industrial strength outdoor recreation resort 'enhance' Holland Lake?
Utah outdoor adventure company, known for running ski resorts, seeks Forest Service permission to dramatically expand human footprint on Holland Lake 
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Mountain Journal Adds Managing Editor To Expand Its Impact

September 23, 2022

MoJo's new ME Joe O'Connor
Joseph T. O'Connor, multi-media veteran in covering the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, joins MoJo team as part of series of big operational moves
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Too Close For Comfort? MoJo's Acclaimed Nature Cartoonist Returns!

September 11, 2022

Here's Johnny
How well can you or your loved ones color between the lines? John Potter wants to know. You could win a new book about how we need to rally to save Yellowstone and America's most iconic, wildlife-rich ecosystem. 
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Win Or Lose, Liz Cheney's Legacy In American History Will Be Non Sibi Sed Patriae

August 16, 2022

Not so long ago, prior to Jan. 6, 2021, Liz Cheney defended Trump
In this op-ed, Tom Sadler reflects on Wyoming's Republican primary and what Lincoln, Roosevelt, Ike and Reagan would make of Harriet Hageman
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In Yellowstone, It's a Time Of High Animal Energy And Skyward Atmospherics

August 3, 2022

Bull bison head butt each other during the rut
Winterkeeper Steve Fuller rises for sunrise and returns with a bounty of imagery that speaks to profound change happening now in America's oldest national park
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Where We Begin The Cycle Of Forever

August 1, 2022

Heeding the rhythms of life beats
Our poet in residence, Lois Red Elk (Dakota/Lakota), writes about the sun dance and seeking healing 
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