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When White People Stopped Indigenous Elk Hunts In Jackson Hole

October 1, 2020

Two Crow riders
Frontier racism and injustice prompted legal action that still ripples across America involving native hunting and fishing rights.  Red Lodge writer John Clayton takes a deep dive
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Wolf As Avatar: When A Lobo 'Stepson' Takes Over The Pack

September 30, 2020

Meet Mighty Wolf 21
Ted Kerasote review Rick McIntyre's 'The Reign of Wolf 21,' a dramatic sequel to the Yellowstone naturalist's critically-acclaimed debut about the most famous lobos on earth
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'The Modern West' Explores Struggles Small Towns Face To Survive

September 29, 2020

Bannack, Montana now a ghost town
Wyoming Public Media podcast enters second season with provocative line-up of stories ranging from modern ghost towns to race and communities confronting globalism
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Mouthwatering Social Sustenance: How Good Food Holds Communities Together

September 28, 2020

Head chef Leah Smutko in the dining room
As covid impacts deepen, supporting Fork & Spoon is a tasty, satisfying way to fight hunger and enhance human dignity. 
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American Shadowland: How Do We Stop The New Uncivil War?

September 24, 2020

What resides in our national psychic shadow?
As two Americas protest against each other, Timothy Tate in this op-ed says the only remedy is to confront the national shadow we've created. And it starts with each of us looking inward at ourselves
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The Pall Of Our Unrest

September 19, 2020

'Ascent,' a painting by John Felsing
Terry Tempest Williams featured in The New York Times reading her 'obituary for the land.' She implores us: Let it not be true
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