Award-winning writer Susan Marsh, a former Forest Service naturalist and wildlands manager, expresses worry that is on the minds of many in her famous valley
Is Development On Private Land in Jackson Hole Causing The Community To Burst At Its Seams?
May 6, 2019
Kids Get Climate Change, So Why Won't Adults Adjust Lifestyles To Give Them A More Livable Future?
May 5, 2019
MoJo columnist Lance Olsen says the world's youth have ample reasons to question the selfishness of their eldersRead More
The Blessing Of Being Alive: Lois Red Elk Returns!
April 25, 2019
Montana's acclaimed poet of the prairie beholds the patterns of nature and finds solace in the power of turtleRead More
Heeding The Trade-Offs Of Recreation-Based Growth Near Yellowstone
April 24, 2019
Gallatin County, Montana is one of the fastest-growing non-urban counties in America but is there a plan to deal with the deluge?Read More
Reason For Optimism On Earth Day 2019?
April 22, 2019
Despite major environmental challenges, Brian Yablonski writes in this op-ed that there are many reasons to reject doom and gloom—and embrace hopeRead More
Natural Truths: Channeling The Wisdom of Aldo Leopold
April 19, 2019
Seventy years after A Sand County Almanac was published, what would 'the godfather of modern ecological thinking' say about battles over predators, recreation and environmental justice?Read More
Greater Yellowstoneans Know How To Co-Exist With The Icons Of Wildness
April 9, 2019
First grizzly-human encounter reminds us of value of bear spray and the long odds of getting attackedRead More
Fewer Elk Counted This Year On Yellowstone's Famous Northern Range—But What Does It Mean?
April 5, 2019
Annual wapiti survey: apart from wolves and other wildlife meat eaters, a formidable predator is winterRead More
Tom Mangelsen’s Legacy Images Speak To A Life Shooting In The Wild
April 3, 2019
Renowned Jackson Hole photographer inspires masses, including famous friends, to rally in defense of nature. His work now featured in national museum tourRead More
John Heyneman Returns To Home Range
April 1, 2019
Wyoming rancher Heyneman, who grew up near Fishtail, Montana, has a personal family connection to the legendary Padlock Ranch and once left a big impression on Wallace StegnerRead More
Is American Prairie Reserve Taking The West Back To The Future?
March 25, 2019
With a grand vision for rewilding native species in eastern Montana, APR is spurring a huge debate over bison, private property rights, federalism and the survival of rural communitiesRead More
Naturalist Says Outdoor Recreation Can Have Huge Impacts On Wildlife
March 20, 2019 // Outdoor Recreation, The New West, Wildlife
Mountain bikers and hikers with dogs can bring huge spatial intrusions into wildlife habitatRead More
Conservationists Sue To Halt Artificial Feeding At National Elk Refuge
March 18, 2019 // Chronic Wasting Disease, Ecosystem Protection, Wildlife
With Chronic Wasting Disease likely already on refuge, action is claimed as necessary to prevent disastrous disease outbreak amongst America's most famous elk herdRead More
Some Call Her 'The Owl Whisperer'
March 18, 2019 // Art, Photography, Wildlife
Ashleigh Scully is a rising Millennial star in wildlife photography. Enjoy a Mountain Journal interview with the conservation-minded phenom