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The Lords Of Yesterday Are Back And They Want America's Public Land

September 28, 2017 // Opinion, Public Lands

Views from Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument -- Pilot Rock, Courtesy of BLM photographer Bob Wick
Barry Reiswig—a backcountry horseman, hunter, angler and former civil servant —pushes back against what he calls "the radical agenda" of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke
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Grizzlies Deserve More Than Bullets

September 23, 2017 // Grizzly Bears, Opinion

The Great Bear, photograph by Phil Knight
Phil Knight saw his first Yellowstone grizzly 35 years ago. After watching bear numbers climb, he says recovery should not be celebrated by subjecting them to sport hunting. 
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In The Modern World, Why Do We Hunt And Fish?

September 13, 2017 // Hunting

Marshall Cutchin and son
Marshall Cutchin, a lifelong sportsman and founder of the largest online angling magazine in the world, ponders the big philosophical questions relating to hunting and fishing.
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Searching To Find The Soul Of Community In The Welter Of A Boom

September 12, 2017 // Community, Growth—Good, Bad & Ugly

Bozeman from the Bridger Mountains
To save the best of what remains in Montana's Gallatin Valley, Lori Ryker says leaders and citizens must start thinking holistically—Now.
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A Montana Political Giant Says Citizens Must Hold Elected Officials To Account

August 28, 2017 // Civil Society, Politics, The New West

Former Ambassador to China and U.S. Sen. Max Baucus
Max Baucus, the former Ambassador to China and Longtime U.S. Senator From Montana, Says Citizens Will Get The Democracy They Deserve—If They Demand It
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Citizen Crawford Doesn't Believe In Mincing Words

August 14, 2017 // Bozeman, Community

Tim Crawford
Defying labels: Whether he's in his office on Main Street in Bozeman or farming in the Gallatin Valley, columnist T.H. Crawford writes as a fiscally-conservative businessman who calls himself a social progressive.
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