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How I Survived Two Consecutive Avalanches

March 22, 2020

 Rescuers in the first moments of reaching Ken Scott
Buried for more than an hour and resigned to the worst, a skier recounts his dramatic rescue. It's a tale especially important for those headed into the backcountry
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Love Of Pets, People And Safety In A Time Of Coronavirus

March 22, 2020

Ted Kerasote and Pukka
Western towns are dog-crazy hamlets. As award-winning author Ted Kerasote notes, we need to think carefully about their social interactions, too
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Inside The Storm

March 20, 2020

"Everything will be fine," the banner says.. "Thanks doctors and nurses."
A young Italian sends a warning to his contemporary Millennial and Gen Z peers in the Northern Rockies
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Can This Pause Make Us Smarter About How We Protect Yellowstone?

March 18, 2020

The Upper Yellowstone Valley
The ecosystem holding America's first national park is facing whirlwind changes. The slowdown could be the wake-up call we need.
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Shoveling Out: The Art And Danger Of Being A Yellowstone Snowsmith

March 17, 2020

When snow is measured in meet, shoveling out is an epic feat
In the isolation of America's first national park, Steve Fuller and other winterkeepers carry on their age-old task of preventing roofs from collapsing
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Yellowstone Always On His Mind

March 13, 2020

Yochim spent his last hours devoted to Yellowstone's protection
Until his last breath, former ranger, hiker and nature advocate Mike Yochim raced to finish a book aimed at protecting America's first national park
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