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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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The Gravity Of Grief And Pressure In Extreme Outdoor Sports

February 29, 2020

Bozeman's Anker and Tate in latest New Yorker
Pondering the toll, Bozeman climbing legend Conrad Anker and psychotherapist Timothy Tate featured in latest New Yorker Magazine profile
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After Yellowstone, Dreams Of Rewilding Scotland With Wolves And Lynx?

February 26, 2020

The idea of predator eradication was a European import
In the absence of predators, deer numbers exploded. After environmentalist George Monbiot killed one for population control, animal rights activists howled
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Will Montana’s Senate Race Become A National Bellwether?

February 24, 2020

Cora Neumann out for a walk in Paradise Valley
Cora Neumann, a first-time candidate who worked with First Ladies on both sides of the political aisle, aims to unseat one of the richest lawmakers on Capitol Hill
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Green Rebuttal: Some Advocates Say Gallatin Forest Partnership Plan Sells Mountains, Wildlife Short

February 21, 2020

The Wild Gallatins as they stretch north from Yellowstone
Joe Scalia says conservationists should rally around better vision for Gallatins that holds Forest Service's feet to the fire and results in more Wilderness
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Imagine If Every County And Town Planning Department Had A Staff Ecologist

February 18, 2020

A student of 'Remote Studio'
To protect the best of Greater Yellowstone, Lori Ryker says humans need to practice real intelligent design and make sure nature registers
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With Fate of Iconic Mountains Uncertain, Members of Gallatin Forest Partnership Make Their Case

February 17, 2020

Why protect the Gallatins?
Interest groups believe their plan offers a real chance to secure permanent protection for the Wild Gallatins
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Calling Nature Writers, Poets And Videographers

February 12, 2020

What do you have to say about Greater Yellowstone?
Layser creative writing and journalism fellowship offers $3500 to person who wants to tell Greater Yellowstone stories. Application deadline is March 11, 2020
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When Green-up Arrives, Do You Suffer From 'Plant Blindness'?

February 12, 2020

Black-eyed Susans in the Bridgers
For naturalist Susan Marsh, winter is a great season for reflecting on what's out of sight and mind—and how each of us can appreciate new worlds 
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The Sweet Savory Flavors Of Memory

February 6, 2020

Pantry: the original place for farm to table
For poet Lois Red Elk, the aromas of her grandmother's kitchen created bonds that still waft across generations
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Will The West's Wildest Heart Still Beat On?

January 29, 2020

One of the most iconic natural areas on Earth
New report on Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem by scholar Robert Keiter identifies major challenges threatening its health
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Be Active, Reject Despair: Conflict Is Always A Catalyst For Positive Change

January 13, 2020

Mike Clark saw Martin Luther King in action
Receiving honorary doctorate, Mike Clark tells college graduates American democracy at turning point; meanwhile, Diana Blank bestowed with MSU President's Medallion
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Experts Say The Magna Carta Of American Environmental Law Is Under Siege

January 12, 2020 // Conservation, Ecosystem Protection, EPA, Public Lands

A natural gas field in Wyoming
Special Report: The National Environmental Policy Act benefits the lives of all Americans every day. So why is the Trump Administration weakening It?
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