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Are Hunters Still Leading Wildlife Conservation in America?

March 8, 2021

Teddy Roosevelt the young hunter
In MoJo's The Week That Is, Wilkinson and Sadler talk about how declines in hunter numbers nationwide are creating budget challenges for states
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When Wild Nature Enters Our Dreams

February 28, 2021

What are your dreams telling you?
From visions to daydreams to the imagery that visits us in slumber, dreamscapes can reveal much about ourselves and how we're navigating the world
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Will Deb Haaland Make History Or Be Stonewalled?

February 22, 2021

Deb Haaland of New Mexico and Laguna Pueblo
In The Week That Is, Wilkinson and Sadler talk Interior Secretaries going back to the controversial tenure of Sagebrush Rebel James Watt of Wyoming
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As Backcountry Fills, Will Wildness Be Left Empty?

February 21, 2021

A pair of snowmobiles that carried snowboarders into the backcountry
In this op-ed, writer Phil Knight, a wilderness advocate for four decades, warns how Greater Yellowstone's remotest spots are being flooded by people
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For Real Patriots, Truth Must Trump Hate

January 12, 2021

Washington in statue looks at the Rotunda dome
The words of former US Senator Al Simpson ring wiser after America's citadel was sacked
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Should Park Landmarks Honor People of Infamy?

December 30, 2020

Ranger Peak in foreground, Mt. Doane in distance.
Gustavus Doane, who participated in Marias Massacre of more than 200 Blackfeet, has summits named after him in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks
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Why CWD Striking Jackson Hole Elk Is A Big Deal

December 27, 2020

Wapiti at the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole
Is a Chronic Wasting Disease 'super-spreader' event possible in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem? Experts say Wyoming, federal agencies have created conditions ripe for disaster
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Yellowstone Primer: America's Inviolate Nature Preserve Forever Under Siege

December 8, 2020

Yellowstone elk fed by hand
As the country's first national park approaches its 150th birthday in 2022, Earle Layser reminds how its magic never gets a rest
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Will Road "Improvement" Harm A Beloved Corner Of Yellowstone?

October 26, 2020

Yellowstone's Bechler from the air
The Forest Service is upgrading a bumpy old dirt road leading to Yellowstone's magical Bechler. Ecologist Earle Layser says that's not a good thing
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Seek These Personal Adventures That Are Unlike Any Other

October 23, 2020

Want to go grizzly watching in Jackson Hole?
You don't have to travel around the world! MoJo's fundraising auction features extraordinary adventure experiences in Greater Yellowstone's wildlands that will create memories for a lifetime
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A Montana Judge Ousts The Nation's Public Lands Chief. Now What?

October 23, 2020

The Uncompahgre Plateau
Some want his decisions tossed, too. William Perry Pendley's "acting" status as Bureau of Land Management head calls into question rulings on monuments, drilling and wildlife conservation
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Badger Blood: In Its Reflection What Do You See?

October 7, 2020

Powerful animal medicine
As a native community loses elders to covid, Lois Red Elk shares an old story about young warriors who want to live a long life
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A Showdown Over Elk In Paradise?

July 30, 2020

Worries over elk and disease in Paradise Valley
New report illuminates clash between ranchers and disease-carrying elk that has huge implications for a famous Montana valley, migrating wildlife and a scenic corridor to Yellowstone
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When "Collaboration" Surrenders Things That Shouldn't Be Bargained Away

July 2, 2020

Are wildlife conservationists doing enough to scrutinize bad development?
Opinion:  George Monbiot, one of the foremost nature writers in the world, tells a story set in England that has parallels to Greater Yellowstone
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